NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - It's time for Elizabeth Warren to say goodbye to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the consumer agency she spent nearly a year creating.
On Aug. 1, Warren will leave the bureau to return to Harvard Law School, where she will step back into her position as the Leo Gottlieb Professor of Law, the Department of Treasury said Tuesday.
Atleast we won't have to worry about her being floated as a possible contender for the 2012 Mass"terror" Senate Race
I hope she is there only through January 3, 2013.
Atta girl – you go for it. Those old ignorant republican men are afraid of smart women. The same as they were so afraid of Hillary Clinton.
I wish you well and know you will always move forward in your life with integrity and one helluva lot of grit!
I am grateful to Elizabeth Warren for having taken the lead and displayed the strength to create that dept. It is unfortunate that the President saw her nomination to head the bureau as becoming politically contentious and did not nominate her. Ms. Warren is a moral and intellectual force and I hope she will return to the political arena in her own right as an elected candidate. In the meantime Harvard's gain is our loss. Good luck Mrs. Warren..