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Rebroadcast of 10-17-16 Mitch Kider: Appeals Court rule CFPB unconstitutional

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David Lykken

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On April 18 of this year, we had Mitch Kider as a guest on this program talking about the first ever lawsuit that challenged the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB’s) authority.   As you no doubt heard, the ruling from this seminal case, PHH Corp. v. CFPB, was announced this past Wednesday.   The one reoccurring theme in all the headlines publishing the ruling was this, “The Appeals Court Rule that CFPB is Unconstitutional”.  So what does this ruling mean for our industry

We have back on the program today Mitch Kider to share with our listening audience what this means for our industry.  I encourage you to go back and listen to the podcast from April 18th which you can find at…   Don’t miss this MUST LISTEN TO program.

Joe Farr of MBSQuoteline, Alice Alvey of Indecomm Global Services, and Andy Schell, a/k/a "Profit Doctor" join David in the discussion.

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Thank you, David Lykken