Questioning the Constitutionality of the CFPB

March 21, 2017 Brian Honea

The goal of a recent Committee on Financial Regulations hearing was “examine the unconstitutional structure of the CFPB and how it has yielded unaccountability to Congress and the executive branch.” Additionally, the committee looked at ways in which the bureau may be restructured in order to make the Bureau more Constitutional and more accountable.

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