Obama’s Consumer Watchdog Gets Sued

Obama’s Consumer Watchdog Gets Sued

June 22, 2012
Originally published in The Washington Post's WonkBlog

From Suzy Khim's post in The Washington Post's WonkBlog:

The State National Bank of Big Spring, Tex., the Competitive Enterprise Institute and the 60 Plus Association, a conservative advocacy group for seniors, claim that Dodd-Frank effectively gives “unbounded power to the CFPB,” resulting in “unprecedented violations of ‘the basic concept of separation of powers’ ” laid out in the Constitution.