Last year during U.S. Supreme Court arguments in a case involving the Federal Vacancies Reform Act—now at the center of a dispute over the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau—the interplay between the law’s sections and subsections prompted Justice Stephen Breyer to ask: “I would just wonder: Were I from Mars, what’s the point of such a statute?”
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