WASHINGTON — Tapping Elizabeth Warren as a top administration official charged with setting up the new consumer protection bureau will help her avoid a tough confirmation battle, but may offer as many risks as rewards.

On the one hand, Warren can take power immediately to get the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on its feet, outlining the scope of its authority and prioritizing its agenda for at least the next year.

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