Warren discusses the proposed consumer-protection agency

07/12/2010 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Elizabeth Warren is a leading expert on personal finance and bankruptcy who took leave from Harvard Law School to chair the Congressional Oversight Panel. She has been an advocate of establishing a consumer-protection agency, which is a main element of regulatory-revamp legislation pending in Congress. In this interview, Warren discusses details of the proposed agency and other provisions in the bill.

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