TARP Chief Elizabeth Warren on Consumer Financial Protection

Monday, December 14, 2009

All this week we'll be taking a look at how fine print in the lives of consumers affects our ability to get out of debt. We kick off the series with Elizabeth Warren, chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel of the TARP. Warren discusses her role with TARP, a proposed Consumer Financial Protection Agency and how the American middle class has been slowly buried under more and more fine print.



Elizabeth Warren


Jen Poyant

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