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The House of Representatives is set to vote tomorrow on a package of bills that would change the way the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau operates, though the measures would face a rougher road in the Senate. The package of bills would have the bureau run by a five-member board rather than a director; and allow the bureau’s decisions to be overturned by a majority vote of the Financial Stability Oversight Council rather than two thirds.

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