Court Won't Let CFPB Proponents Into Case to Defend Agency

, The National Law Journal

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A federal appeals court on Thursday refused to allow Democratic state attorneys general and other proponents of the Consumer Financial Protection Board to intervene in a case to protect the agency's independence.

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  • Darren

    As a historical Leviathan State leader once proclaimed, elections have consequences. Indeed they do, comrades. Indeed they do. But by all means, order your street goons to break more bank windows, start more fires and injure more police. That‘ll surely convince voters to switch loyalties and support your cause in the next election, right?

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