No consumer protection but corporate greed
In this period of painfully partisan politics, it's too easy for the focus to be on who won today, instead of the American people's needs. We're witnessing just that in two roiling debates -- one over the proposed Consumer Financial Protection Agency, another over the recent Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission.
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