WASHINGTON — The proposed Consumer Financial Protection Agency has become a cause celeb — literally.

In a video posted Wednesday on funnyordie.com, current and former Saturday Night Live comedians show up in a skit designed to promote the stand-alone agency, which has failed to attract much political support in the Senate.

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