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Nov 27, 2017

11/27/2017: What the GOP’s tax plan could mean for charities

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(Markets Edition) President Trump and the outgoing director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have each chosen different leaders to oversee the watchdog agency. And now Leandra English, the current head's pick, is turning the matter to federal court by…

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Nov 27, 2017
President Donald Trump and the outgoing director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have each chosen different leaders to oversee the watchdog agency. So Leandra English, the current head's pick, has filed a lawsuit.
Mick Mulvaney, President Donald Trump's pick for acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, walks back to the White House from the CFPB building after he showed up for his first day of work on November 27, 2017 in Washington, D.C. 
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(Markets Edition) President Trump and the outgoing director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have each chosen different leaders to oversee the watchdog agency. And now Leandra English, the current head’s pick, is turning the matter to federal court by filing a lawsuit to stop Trump’s appointment. Her lawyer, Deepak Gupta, joined us to give more details about the fight. Next, we’ll look at how the GOP’s planned tax overhaul could affect “Giving Tuesday,” an annual event that encourages people to donate to charities, and then we’ll discuss how Trump’s presidency may have impacted the housing market.

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