WASHINGTON — Though the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has jurisdiction over a wide range of financial products, Elizabeth Warren is making credit cards her top priority.
Warren, the administration official in charge of setting up the new agency, said she wants to revamp card disclosures in order to make them easier to understand, as well as eliminating all hidden costs and fees. In many ways, she said, the effort is symbolic of the agency itself.
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