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Congressmen fume at CFPB's lavish renovation expenses

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Renovation costs for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's headquarters building have doubled, soaring from $55 million to $95 million, the Washington Examiner has learned. Such costs are at least twice the typical renovation expenses for the most luxurious commercial office space available in downtown Washington, D.C., according to architectural experts. The $95 million is nearly double...

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