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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's setup is unconstitutional, court rules

A federal appeals court has ruled that the structure of a U.S. consumer watchdog agency is unconstitutional because it gives too much power to a single agency director. The ruling issued Tuesday said the way the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is organized violates the Constitution's separation...
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