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Who's Watching Wall Street?

You know that fine print on your cell phone bill or credit card statement? After the 2008 financial crash, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau was created to rein in bad practices. Critics say it does more harm than good and now Congress has thrown out a rule allowing customers to band together to take on the big banks. So what does that mean for accountability?

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