Cass R. Sunstein: Consumer agency is unusual, but it’s not unconstitutional

  In one of the most stunning rulings in recent years on separation of powers, the prestigious federal court of appeals in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday struck down the law creating the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau -- at least as the independent agency that Congress designed. To cure what it saw as a constitutional defect, the ...
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