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Rohit Chopra, the man running the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau these days, is using extraordinarily sharp language about his plans to play tough with the big banks, which he said have gotten away with too many hand-slaps because they’re perceived as “too big to fail” and “too big to jail.”
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