WASHINGTON — The House Financial Services Committee approved a series of bills on Wednesday, including several key changes to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

The bills included a number of proposed changes to the consumer agency, from establishing an independent inspector general at the CFPB to creating an opt-out for consumers on data collection to eliminating the bureau's civil penalty fund.

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