Republicans: On the side of Wall Street, not consumers

Three years ago, Wall Street risk taking almost destroyed our economy. But last summer, Presient Obama signed a bill to prevent that from ever happening again. Now, while GOP presidential candidates are vowing to repeal Wall Street reform, Senate Republicans are trying to undermine the law.

It's up to us to tell Republicans to leave Wall Street reform alone and put consumers first—and that means confirming Richard Cordray to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

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