Following a contentious, partisan vote on his nomination, newly minted Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Rohit ChopraRohit ChopraOn The Money — Democrats dig in with Biden agenda in the balance Senate confirms Chopra to lead Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Senate poised to battle over Biden’s pick of big bank critic MORE has a unique opportunity to define his legacy and expand the agency’s impact, all while mending bipartisan fences. It all comes down to whistleblowers.

In his first major act, Chopra should publicly endorse a new bill introduced by Sen. Catherine Cortez MastoCatherine Marie Cortez MastoDemocratic poll finds Cortez Masto leading Laxalt by 4 points in Nevada Senate race Kelly leads in all potential head-to-heads of Arizona Senate race: poll Democrats see Harris as major player in midterms MORE (D-N.M.) ­­­— the Financial Compensation for CFPB Whistleblowers Act — that would transform…

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