21 Democratic Lawmakers Urge DC Circuit to Keep CFPB's Single-Director Structure
Proposed amicus brief says full appeals court should reject panel decision that struck agency's power scheme.
A group of 21 current and former Democratic lawmakers, including U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren and the House and Senate minority leaders, are backing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as it fights a court ruling that said the agency's single-director structure is unconstitutional.
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