Exterior of the CFPB headquarters in Washington, D.C. Credit/Adobe Stock Exterior of the CFPB headquarters in Washington, D.C.
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The director of the Consumer Financial Protection Agency vowed Friday to resume enforcement actions that were delayed by a legal challenge to the agency that the Supreme Court dismissed in a 7-2 ruling Thursday.

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Jim DuPlessis

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