Where does the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s authority and decision making end? Nowhere in sight.
Scott K. Stucky explores the lack of basic oversight and accountability one of the most powerful independent federal government agencies is not accustomed to. In a recent opinion-editorial for MBA NewsLink, Mr. Stucky elaborates on the Bureau’s need for additional transparency, which can only be ushered in by accountability and congressional oversight. Visit “CFPB Law Now Trumps Constitutional Law” to read Mr. Stucky’s full opinion-editorial at the MBA NewsLink website.