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Paul Clement Paul Clement of Kirkland & Ellis. Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/NLJ

A leading conservative U.S. Supreme Court advocate on Wednesday urged the justices to uphold the single-director independent design of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, arguing that Congress had authority to limit the power of the president to fire the agency’s leader.

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