WASHINGTON — Barack Obama has missed his chance to see a director of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau take office within his first term as president.
Although Obama finally nominated Richard Cordray for the spot two weeks ago, it has become increasingly apparent the stalemate over the pick will be drawn out — not just for weeks or months, as some suggest — but years to come.
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