WASHINGTON — The regulatory reform debate has now come full circle.
When the Obama administration first unveiled a reform plan last summer, one of the most controversial proposals was a drive to create a new consumer protection agency. As Senate Banking Committee leaders put the final touches on a deal on regulatory reform legislation, that issue continues to be the most problematic.
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