A House Financial Services Committee hearing on the proposed creation of a consumer protection agency posed more questions than it answered about how the new regulator would function and how disputes would be resolved between it and existing regulators.

Also left unclear was how the agency would be funded and whether it would be responsible for investor protection - a current responsibility of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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