WASHINGTON — Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown on Monday became the first Senate Republican to endorse the nomination of Richard Cordray to lead the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Brown is facing a reelection challenge from Elizabeth Warren, the bureau's architect and the former special adviser to the Treasury secretary in charge of getting the agency off the ground in its first year.

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