A federal judge again has ruled that Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney may remain acting director of the CFPB.

In his ruling, issued late Wednesday, Judge Timothy Kelly of the U.S. District Court for the District of  Columbia, said that President Trump had the power to appoint Mulvaney and that a section of Dodd-Frank does not override that right.

Kelly ruled that Deputy Director Leandra English was not entitled to a restraining order stating that Mulvaney's appointment was illegal. He previously ruled that she was not entitled to a temporary injunction keeping Mulvaney from operating as acting director.

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