INADMISSIBLE: After Long Wait, Cordray Confirmed

The National Law Journal


It took two years and some political hardball, but the Senate finally confirmed former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray as head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Plus: MIT and Aaron Swartz, Roberts takes over for Lamberth, Schiff's FISA legislation, Alito's recusals, and a trial in a movie theater in this week's column.

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