WASHINGTON — A House subcommittee announced Tuesday that it has scheduled a meeting on May 21 to hear from three officials at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau who were recently subpoenaed to testify on allegations of employee discrimination and retaliation at the agency.

The House Financial Services oversight and investigations subcommittee said it will hear from Stacey Bach, the CFPB's assistant director of the Office of Equal Employment Opportunity; Liza Strong, the agency's director of employee relations; and Ben Konop, executive vice president of the local chapter for the union.

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