WASHINGTON — The original goal of providing uniform protections for all consumer credit is getting lost to lawmakers' preoccupation over where to place a new regulator.
Consumer group advocates, analysts, lawmakers and some bank representatives said that recent Senate proposals would leave glaring holes in consumer protection and set up an uneven playing field that could leave banks at a competitive disadvantage.
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