President Obama announced Friday that he’s appointing Harvard law professor Elizabeth Warren, one of the country’s fiercest advocates for the middle class, to a key role crafting the consumer financial protection bureau that was her idea in the first place. “Getting the agency off the ground is a task that can’t wait,” Obama said. Warren “is the best person to stand this agency up…it only make sense that she should be the artchitect,” he added. – CNNMoney
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