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CFPB lawyers lacked banking law training

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When the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau enrolled a number of its enforcement attorneys last year into a basic, introductory course called "Banking Law Fundamentals," the bureau also hired a trainer for $167,000 to teach its staff about consumer law. Christina Coll, one of the agency enforcement lawyers, squealed with delight when she was invited to enroll in the course. "This looks like...

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