WASHINGTON — House Republicans aren't likely to cease their attacks against the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau anytime soon, but they appear to be swapping playbooks.

Opponents lost a big bargaining chip to force structural changes at the agency last summer when the Senate confirmed Director Richard Cordray. But while efforts to replace the director with a commission or to subject the agency to congressional appropriations may be on hold for now, lawmakers continue to push myriad piecemeal changes at the agency.

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