WASHINGTON — President Obama's appointment of Elizabeth Warren as the top administration official in charge of setting up the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau avoided a probable Senate confirmation battle but continues to raise doubts about her authority.
Bankers and many lawmakers argue that, because Warren is not agency director, her powers are limited to hiring and she cannot promulgate proposals or rules.
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