Banks Vow to Fight Consumer Protection Agency by Kathleen Munden

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Banking lobbyists are already working to curb or eliminate the Consumer Financial Protection Agency proposed by President Obama. The Agency could be empowered to curtail or ban a host of lucrative bank practices, such as ballooning mortgages, excessive credit card interest, and surprise overdraft fees.

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