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Senate GOP loses leverage to alter consumer agency

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WASHINGTON (AP) — After a three-year political battle, Republicans have agreed to a remarkable concession over the powers of a new federal agency designed to protect consumers during financial dealings. In confirming the agency's director, GOP lawmakers stripped themselves of any leverage to curb the group's influence over banks, lenders and credit card companies. The confirmation of Richard...

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