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Inside Washington (08/01/2011)
* WASHINGTON (8/2/11)--On her final day with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), Elizabeth Warren vowed to continue her fight for consumers of financials services. In an e-mail to agency staffers Friday, Warren thanked employees for their efforts and outlined the accomplishments of the bureau since its formation (American Banker July 29). Warren was President Barack Obama’s choice to set up the CFPB. The agency’s formation was mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act. “I leave this agency, but not this fight,” Warren wrote in the e-mail. “The issues we deal with--a middle class that has been squeezed and business models built on tricks and traps--are deeply personal to me, and they always will be” …


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