The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is moving forward despite criticism about $216 million in renovations of rented office space and an investigative report saying the bureau’s white employees were twice as likely as minorities to receive positive performance reviews. Its director, Richard Cordray (right), has continued to tout the agency’s achievements.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is moving forward despite criticism about $216 million in renovations of rented office space and an investigative report saying the bureau’s white employees were twice as likely as minorities to receive positive performance reviews. Its director, Richard Cordray (right), has continued to tout the agency’s achievements. File photo by Susan Walsh The Associated Press
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is moving forward despite criticism about $216 million in renovations of rented office space and an investigative report saying the bureau’s white employees were twice as likely as minorities to receive positive performance reviews. Its director, Richard Cordray (right), has continued to tout the agency’s achievements. File photo by Susan Walsh The Associated Press

Would a Republican Senate produce changes for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau?

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