A federal judge has declared the CFP Board "above the law" when it comes to its treatment of CFPs, say two planners who sued the board, after reading the judge's decision to dismiss their case.

"We think it paramount at this juncture to emphasize this decision was not at all about the merits of our case or the fairness of the CFPBoard's rules," the married Fleming Island, Fla., planners Jeffrey and Kimberly Camarda say in a statement.

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