Cordray Nomination Shows U.S. Consumer Bureau Battles RemainCarter Dougherty
The re-nomination of Richard Cordray to run the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau shows that the former Ohio attorney general has won the confidence of Democrats who fought for the agency’s creation despite his failure to win over Republican critics.
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