The House Financial Services Committee late last week approved several bills to restructure the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and curb its powers until the agency’s first director is confirmed by the Senate.

The controversial bureau is slated to become operational on July 21 when consumer protection officials from a handful of federal banking agencies will be transferred to the new entity.  

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