WASHINGTON — The biggest obstacle to confirming a director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may not be Republicans or banking industry opposition but rather a ticking clock.
Even if President Obama were to nominate a director Tuesday, it would leave only 10 legislative weeks for the Senate to confirm the selection before the bureau officially assumes its rulemaking and enforcement authorities.
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