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Supreme Court to Hear Case About CFPB

Seila Law was under investigation by the CFPB for violations of telemarketing laws. The CFPB requested documents pertaining to call from Seila, but the firm refused, arguing that the structure of the CPB is unconstitutional because the head of the CFPB can only be removed by the President “for cause”. (Meaning there can’t be change due to political whims; the director must have done something actually wrong.)

The US Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit determined that such a restriction does not  “impede the President’s ability to perform his constitutional duty to ensure that the laws are faithfully executed.”

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