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We’re About to Find Out How Well Elizabeth Warren’s Politics Play in Ohio

Richard Cordray didn’t wait long. On Tuesday, less than two weeks after his departure from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau triggered a mini-constitutional crisis of the variety the Trump administration has made look routine, Cordray announced that he would seek the Democratic nomination for governor of Ohio. Cordray, who previously served as the state’s treasurer […]

Democrat Richard Cordray to join crowded governor's race

GROVE CITY, Ohio (AP) — Former consumer watchdog Richard Cordray is preparing to join a crowded governor's race in Ohio. The 58-year-old Democrat will make the long-anticipated announcement on Tuesday in his hometown of Grove City. He's...Show More Summary

Ex-US consumer bureau head Richard Cordray set to run for Ohio governor

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

 Richard Cordray, a Democrat whose resignation as head of the U.S. consumer bureau last month triggered a political battle over who should replace him, plans to run for governor of Ohio, an advisor said on Monday. Cordray will make the announcement at an event on Tuesday at a restaurant in his home...

Ex-consumer chief to enter Ohio governor's race as Democrat

Former consumer watchdog Richard Cordray put an end to the suspense Monday, confirming after months of speculation that he plans to make a run for Ohio governor. The Democrat planned … Click to Continue »

The Latest: Cordray faces critics as he readies governor bid

The Latest on Democrat Richard Cordray's bid for governor (all times local): 4:30 p.m. Former consumer watchdog Richard Cordray is set to announce his bid for Ohio governor on Tuesday. … Click to Continue »

Former CFPB head and Trump target Richard Cordray to run for Ohio governor as Democrat

6 days agoNews : USAToday: News

Former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray will announce his bid to become Ohio's next governor Tuesday.        

Republican Sandra O'Brien announces run for state treasurer

Republican Sandra O'Brien is mounting a repeat run for Ohio state treasurer 11 years after defeating an incumbent treasurer in her party's primary and losing to Democrat Richard Cordray in … Click to Continue »

The Latest: Ex-US treasurer to keep Ohio candidate's books

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Latest on Democrat Richard Cordray's bid for governor (all times local): 3 p.m. Former consumer watchdog Richard Cordray has tapped a somewhat overqualified person to keep the books for his gubernatorial campaign:...Show More Summary

Is Trump reshaping an entire branch of government — the judiciary?

Here’s a story you likely heard a bit about this week: The director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray stepped down. To replace him, Cordray himself promoted his chief of staff, Leandra English, to become deputy director and serve as acting director until the Senate confirmed a replacement. Meanwhile, President Trump proposed his […]

There’s an ominous historical parallel with the fight over the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

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As we enter the last weeks of 2017, a major controversy has arisen over the appointment of a Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), between outgoing Director Richard Cordray and President Donald Trump. The CFPB was created by Congress in 2010, based on the hard work and...

Cordray: CFPB leadership 'shouldn't be decided by tweets'

Richard Cordray, former director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, talks with Rachel Maddow about Donald Trump's effort to force a new director on...

Trump's pick to lead the top consumer watchdog agency showed up with doughnuts amid an intense legal battle

The White House and the outgoing Consumer Financial Protections Bureau director both named a new acting director of the agency on Friday. Whether Trump's pick, Mick Mulvaney, or former CFPB director Richard Cordray's pick, Leandra English,...Show More Summary

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The Rectification of Names: David Brooks' fictional history. Herlander-Walking: I'd like to tell you something comforting. Earth-Bound Misfit: Trump's shifting reality. David Dayen: Richard Cordray sets up titanic struggle for control of the Consumer Protection Bureau with last-minute move. This installment by Batocchio. E-mail tips to mbru AT crooksandliars DOT com.

In Growing War Over CFPB Leadership, Chief Counsel Says Trump Has Authority To Appoint Director

It’s been two days since former CFPB Director Richard Cordray resigned his post and named Deputy Director Leandra English as his successor, setting the agency up for what looks to be a brief but noisy legal dogfight. As was widely expected,...Show More Summary

Who Is To Blame For The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s Chaotic Succession?

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is currently in disarray after its director, Richard Cordray, stepped down in order to (probably) begin a run for governor of Ohio. In response, President Donald Trump picked Mick Mulvaney as the “Acting Director,” which has thrown the agency and the Democrats into a frothing mass of anger. Show More Summary

LOOP: Conyers steps aside from top Judiciary post

SCANDALS  Rep. John Conyers, D-MI, steps aside as the top-ranked Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee amid allegations he sexually harassed female staff members. http://cvote.it/2i9cdFW BUREAUCRATIC SHOWDOWN  Richard Cordray was head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Show More Summary

Fox Portrays Putting Mulvaney In Charge Of Consumer Protection Agency He Wants To Destroy As 'Draining The Swamp'

As Dave Dayen explained earlier this week, there will soon be a showdown over who will run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as Trump attempts to replace retiring director Richard Cordray with right-wing zealot and current head...Show More Summary

Showdown: Who gets to appoint the new acting CFPB chief, Trump or outgoing director Richard Cordray?

Authority. The post Showdown: Who gets to appoint the new acting CFPB chief, Trump or outgoing director Richard Cordray? appeared first on Hot Air.

Dueling appointments set up a battle between Trump and Elizabeth Warren's favorite government agency

President Donald Trump and outgoing CFPB director Richard Cordray both named his successor. The opposing sides are now dueling over who has the legal right to do so. The dust-up could lead to two people starting work on Monday believing...Show More Summary

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