USA Today, Supreme Court to decide consumer watchdog agency’s funding. What to know about CFPB case.
“The National Association of Consumer Advocates argues that changing the agency’s funding source unnecessarily ‘would upend the markets and create dire confusion for regulators and regulated entities alike.’
‘American families need a strong, stable, and independent CFPB to protect them in the vast financial marketplace, and the CFPB needs the U.S. Supreme Court to confirm the agency’s funding structure and safeguard the U.S. economy,’ said Christine Hines, legislative director at the National Association of Consumer Advocates.”
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