Supreme Court to review FHFA leadership structure

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By Jennifer Kang
13 Jul 2020

The Supreme Court has taken up the case to decide on the constitutionality of the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s leadership structure, just a few weeks after tackling a similar case in which it ruled the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s structure unconstitutional.

After nearly a year, the Supreme Court decided last week that it will hear Collins v. Mnuchin for one hour of oral arguments. The certiorari was granted two weeks after the court decided on the Seila Law case, which determined that the leadership structure of the CFPB is ...

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