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Saturday, December 10, 2011

Obama Weekly Address

George Wenschhof

President Obama criticized Republican Senators for recently voting to block confirmation of Richard Cordray to direct the newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

The Cordray nomination came after Republicans opposed Elizabeth Warren to head the department. Warren is now running for U.S. Senate in Massachusetts. Cordray's nomination failed in a 53-45 vote with the only Republican supporting the nomination being Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts.


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