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CFPB could be hit by Supreme Court ruling on recess appointments

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President Obama's new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may be one of the biggest casualties if the Supreme Court rules he overstepped his authority by appointing members to another federal board while the Senate was in recess last year. The high court said Monday it would take up the challenge to the president's three recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board. The same day...

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