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Push on to have professor head consumer agency

Obama preference unclear; backers are urging Warren

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By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / July 22, 2010

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WASHINGTON — Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren, whose rise to prominence has been fueled partly by her proposal for a federal consumer protection bureau, now is at the center of a political fight over whether President Obama should nominate her to run the powerful regulatory body. (Full article: 1108 words)

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