Bank regulators have long kept state officials at arm's length, but the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is forging a close relationship with state attorneys general to enforce consumer banking laws.

The Dodd-Frank Act opened the door for information-sharing and consultation between state and federal officials, encouraging the two to work together to pursue banks and nonbanks that engaged in abusive practices.

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