Obama Shouldn’t Bow to Republican Plan for Consumer Bureau: Viewby
President Barack Obama finally made official what everyone in Washington had assumed for months: Elizabeth Warren, the Harvard law professor who first had the idea for a consumer financial protection agency, will not get to oversee her creation. Instead, the president has nominated Richard Cordray, the former Ohio attorney general who’s now running enforcement at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, to fill the job.
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