Despite the dimming prospects for the creation of an independent Consumer Financial Protection Agency, Elizabeth Warren isn't ready to consider alternatives.

"Right now there is no Plan B," Warren, the chairman of the Troubled Asset Relief Program's Congressional Oversight Panel, said in response to a reporter's question on a conference call Thursday. "Right now all the chips are on the table with the Consumer Financial Protection Agency."

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