WASHINGTON — A top House Financial Services Committee lawmaker said Thursday that he will subpoena Consumer Financial Protection Bureau officials if they again refuse to testify about allegations of employee discrimination and retaliation.

In a letter to CFPB Director Richard Cordray, Rep. Patrick McHenry, chairman of the House oversight and investigations subcommittee, said that he is planning to hold more hearings on the issue, and he expects agency officials to be present to answer questions posed by panel members.

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