WASHINGTON – President Obama’s nomination of recess appointee Richard Cordray this afternoon to a full five-year term as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is expected to rekindle the battle over creation of the new consumer agency, which was heatedly opposed by Republicans in Congress.
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