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Legislation introduced today would enable Congress to overturn the CFPB’s forced-arbitration rule with simple majority votes in both chambers. (Photo: Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) — Congressional Republicans have formally started the process to reverse a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau rule that makes it easier for customers to sue lenders, taking a pivotal step in the broader effort to roll back Obama-era bank regulations.

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