The Fiscal Times discusses with Sam Kazman, the courts ruling that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is unconstitutional.
However, from its founding, the CFPB has had powerful opponents, including many in Congress, who disapproved of the agency’s structure.
“This is a great day for limited government and the constitutional separation of powers,” said Sam Kazman, general counsel for the Competitive Enterprise Institute. “Today’s ruling will play a major role in providing proper accountability for this rogue agency.”
Read the full article at The Fiscal Times.