As the New York Times pointed out (as we noted yesterday), Republicans have continued to oppose the work (and existence) of the CFPB. So I was a little surprised to hear Republican Sen. Marco Rubio's State of the Union response last night include this exhortation: "Today, many graduates face massive student debt. We must give students more information on the costs and benefits of the student loans they’re taking out." Talk of disclosures and consumer understanding makes him sound like a downright CFPB supporter. Let's hope these ideas start showing up in more than one line in more than one Republican speech.