The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau spent more than $6,000 frosting the windows on the offices of senior staff in recent months, according to receipts and documents obtained by The Associated Press.
The spending on window frosting comes only months after the CFPB moved into renovated offices at a cost of more than $240 million.
The receipts were obtained as part of a Freedom of Information request submitted earlier this year by the AP.
CFPB receipts show the bureau ordered window frosting film twice, once in September 2017 and again in early February. The frosting film has been used on the offices of the top political staffers as well as conference rooms,...