WASHINGTON — Lawmakers from both sides of the political aisle reached a rare accord Wednesday during a House Financial Services subcommittee hearing, pledging to further investigate allegations of retaliation and discrimination among employees of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

In the days immediately preceding the hearing, Democrats had called on the Republican committee leadership to cancel it, saying what was meant to be a broad discussion prompted by an American Banker article had instead become about a single case.

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