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The CFPB Is Fighting for Its Life. Here's What to Know.

May 23, 2017, The National Law Journal

Eric Mogilnicki is quoted by The National Law Journal in an article regarding the future of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ahead of the D.C. Circuit's ruling on the constitutionality of the agency's single-director structure. According to Mogilnicki, “The bureau was designed to be largely immune from politics, and has governed accordingly. The court’s decision may also determine whether that approach changes—both during this administration and beyond."

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