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The federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has taken aim at the usurious payday lending industry. That is a good thing, and the bureau, led by Richard Cordray, a former Ohio treasurer and attorney general, has adopted the right approach in seeking to ensure that lenders consider the ability of a borrower to repay before extending loans.