One of the biggest arguments bankers have with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is its collection — and publication — of consumer complaints.

Bankers maintain that it's not fair to publish unverified accusations about specific institutions. But in her recently published memoir, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who made a political career out of her efforts to create the agency, spends considerable time emphasizing why the consumer complaint database was a vital part of its mission.

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