WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced a partnership with libraries and other federal regulators on Monday to provide librarians with unbiased financial literacy education materials.

The partnership, called the Community Financial Education Project, is partly meant to educate librarians so that they can in turn point consumers in the right direction when seeking financial help.

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