WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a statement Thursday saying a Supreme Court decision issued earlier that day involving presidential recess appointments did not have any impact on the agency's previous rulemakings.

The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that President Obama exceeded his constitutional authority by making recess appointments to the National Labor Relations Board in 2012 when Congress was still technically in session. CFPB Director Richard Cordray was initially given a recess appointment at the same time, although the case at issue never directly involved him.

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