President Obama disappointed supporters of Elizabeth Warren today by nominating Ohio's former Attorney General, Richard Cordray, to lead the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. But, as the confirmation process begins, he promised to hold out against changes to finance reform. Binyamin Appelbaum is domestic correspondent in Washington for the New York Times.
Elizabeth Warren Bypassed for Head of Consumer Watchdog Agency
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