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A powerful House committee chairman has used a vote on the National Labor Relations Board to take aim at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

The House Financial Services Committee said Friday that Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) voted with the majority Thursday to require the NLRB to cease activity until legal uncertainty over the president’s appointment of board members is resolved.

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