D.C. Circuit Saves Merits of CFPB Challenges for Another Day

D.C. Circuit Saves Merits of CFPB Challenges for Another Day

Zoe Tillman

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit spent several hours on Wednesday weighing whether corporations and state attorneys general had legal standing to challenge the existence of the federal Consumer Financial Protection Board, the merits of their challenges notwithstanding.

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