WASHINGTON – The Senate Banking Committee will hold a hearing next Thursday on the nomination of Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

The Aug. 4 hearing is likely to be highly contentious, given that the CFPB has become a partisan lightning rod, and the fact that Senate Republicans have vowed to block any nominee for the job unless the Obama administration agrees to make changes to the bureau's structure.

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