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State officials can—and have—adopted strict consumer protection regimes now that the CFPB has adopted a more pro-business posture, the U.S. Public Interest Research Group, said, in a new report.

“Given the fact that federal enforcement has weakened, state enforcement of consumer protection laws is as critical as ever,” U.S. PIRG said in the report, “Positioned to Protect,” issued in the wake of the confirmation of Kathy Kraninger to head the CFPB.

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