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Letters: Those poor banks

June 28, 2012

Re "Suit targets consumer watchdog," Business, June 23

I found it amusing to read that C. Boyden Gray, an attorney in a suit challenging the constitutionality of the Consumer

Financial Protection Bureau, complains about how unfair and wrong it is that "if you're a poor beleaguered financial institution … and you are set upon by this bureau, you have no access to the democratic system … to appeal what's happened."

Perhaps Gray might also consider the plight of a private individual set upon by one of those "poor beleaguered financial institutions."

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau goes far to level the playing field. I can understand why it is being opposed so bitterly.

Bernard Springer



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