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29 June 2020 By Gina Chon

The justices ruled the president can remove the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for any reason. But they didn’t nix the agency. That’ll make it easier for Joe Biden to sharpen the CFPB’s focus on banking shenanigans if he beats President Donald Trump in November.

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