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Obama Mulls Warren Substitute

Elizabeth Warren has hit another hurdle on the path to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director, after a string of news reports revealed the administration is considering a former banker for the role. The buzz is that President Barack Obama and his advisers have begun to openly float Raj Date as a replacement nominee to fill the top position at the bureau. Date currently serves as a deputy under Warren and has ties to Capital One Financial and Deutsche Bank.

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Talk of GSE Eradication Within 5 Years

Texas Representative, Jeb Hensarling, reconfirmed his commitment to eliminating Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac within five years saying, "We have waited for years to do something. It is time to start doing something." Referring to the two-time rejection of his legislation by a Democrat-controlled chamber, he added, Hopefully, the third time is a charm. The fourth-ranking House Republican said he would reintroduce his legislation to end the conservatorship of Fannie and Freddie within two years of passage.

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