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Federal consumer watchdog suspends probe into firm accused of preying on detained immigrants

The embattled Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will step back from its investigation of Libre by Nexus until a lawsuit filed against it by the company is resolved.
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is looking into whether Libre by Nexus has engaged in “unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts and practices.”

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