Elizabeth Warren, the Obama administration official in charge of setting up the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, attacked Republican efforts to cut the agency's funding, while also previewing efforts to reform credit card disclosures.
At a speech before the Consumers Union's 75th-anniversary event Tuesday in New York, Warren said cutting CFPB's budget would threaten its independence and undermine its effectiveness.
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