It was her idea in the first place, and now it looks like she's set to oversee its creation.
The White House is expected to name Harvard Law School professor Elizabeth Warren as a special advisor to President Obama for the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Many people want Warren to head the agency, but many want her to have nothing to do with it.
Plus, new unemployment figures show Massachusetts added jobs for the seventh straight month. We talk about the latest economic news with WBUR Business & Technology reporter Curt Nickisch.
- Curt Nickisch, reporter, WBUR
This program aired on September 16, 2010.