The vote of the Senate Banking Committee on whether to confirm Rohit Chopra to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was tied at 12-12. The tie vote, under current Senate rules, means that the confirmation can move to the Senate floor. Republicans believe that the CFPB will be “anti-business” under Chopra.
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