When Congress debated a bill several years ago to create a new regulator for the government-sponsored enterprises, many parts were controversial, but nearly all lawmakers agreed that the agency should be independently funded and not subject to the appropriations process.

Yet some Republicans who supported that idea at the time are now backing plans to force a different financial regulator, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, to go to Congress for its funding.

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