Single-director regulatory confirmations take longer -study

Apr 4, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Reuters

It takes about three times as long for the president and Senate to install new heads of financial regulatory agencies run by single directors as it does to approve leaders of bipartisan commissions, a study released on Thursday has found.

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I can't even look at Obama's stupid face after Benghazi.
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You hide and whine for a career. teadead cry-a-thon: Day 150.

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