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On a federal judge ruling in late June that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's structure is unconstitutional:
“It’s worth remembering why the CFPB was set up in the way it was: To create impediments to regulatory capture that undermined regulatory effectiveness and allowed the predatory behavior culminating in the disasters of 2008. Considering the attempts to undermine CFPB's effectiveness under the current administration, those concerns are obviously well founded.”

Related: Another judge says CFPB structure is unconstitutional