Obama bypasses Senate, installs new consumer-protection chief
New agency » The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau now can start overseeing the mortgage companies, payday lenders, debt collectors and other much-criticized financial operations.
By BEN FELLER and JIM KUHNHENN
| The Associated Press
First Published Jan 04 2012 09:42 am • Last Updated Jan 04 2012 02:40 pm
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