While passing a bill that would create a consumer protection agency has proved challenging enough, that task may pale in comparison to actually setting up the new regulator.
The regulatory reform bill lays out an ambitious agenda for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, including quickly detailing the scope of its powers and harmonizing regulations that implement two of the most complex lending laws on the books.
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