WASHINGTON — Where to put a proposed new consumer protection division appears to have become a game of musical chairs.
In the past few days lawmakers have traded proposals and counterproposals, with everyone from the Federal Reserve Board to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Treasury Department discussed as possible locations for the bureau.
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