Analysis: Disagreement on CFPA goes beyond partisanship

Lawmakers' appetite for establishing the independent Consumer Financial Protection Agency appears to be waning. The House approved the creation of such an agency after months of negotiations, but the Senate banking committee has yet to give its green light. Senators' disagreement regarding the agency reflects an ongoing debate about whether federal intervention is a solution or a problem, according to The Washington Post.

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