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How Florida Politicians Are Sabotaging Obama on Payday Lending Reform

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Published on May 25, 2016

UPDATE: Reps. Murphy and Wasserman Schultz Have Reversed Course, Backed CFPB Effort to Rein in Predatory Payday Lenders. Details: http://aldpr.gs/22CxKm7

President Obama and the CFPB are fighting for tough regulations to crack down on predatory payday lenders. To end the debt trap once and for all. But Florida politicians like Reps. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Alcee Hastings, and Dennis Ross are standing in the way.

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