It's a single line in an email:
"The office of 'Students & Young Consumers' ... will be folded into the office of 'Financial Education.' "
Words sent Wednesday morning by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's acting director, Mick Mulvaney, announcing various staffing changes at the bureau.
Why did this bureaucratic-sounding announcement trigger a sheaf of critiques from consumer groups, California's attorney general and at least two U.S. senators?