A House Financial Services subcommittee approved three bills Wednesday that would change the structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and limit its powers until a director is in place. 

Democrats argued that the bills have less to do with improving the new agency, and more to do with Republican opposition to Elizabeth Warren, the chief advocate for the bureau's creation and its de facto head for the past eight months.

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