A bill aimed at altering the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's structure and limiting its powers to regulate the consumer finance industry gained approval from the House of Representatives on Thursday but is unlikely to pass muster in the Senate.

HR 3193 calls for replacing the CFPB Director position with a five-member bipartisan commission, much like the Federal Trade Commission's makeup. It also seeks to fund the agency through Congressional appropriations rather than through the Federal Reserve.

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