By Jon Hill (October 4, 2021, 4:49 p.m. EDT) – The United States Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear an appeal challenging the ability of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to pursue enforcement actions that were brought at a time when the judges said the agency was unconstitutionally structured.
In a list of orders, the Supreme Court said it was dismissing a motion to rule on the validity of CFPB’s efforts to ratify or re-authorize its past actions in the wake of Seila Law v. CFPB, a high court decision last year. who ruled that the agency had been unconstitutionally structured since its creation in 2010.
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