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Progressive group files suit in the U.S. District Court for the D.C. to obtain correspondence between the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and Senate offices regarding a Obama-era rule that protects prepaid credit card holders from predatory practices.
Netspend has given Sen. Perdue more than $33,000. Now he’s bending over backwards to make sure it can continue to rip off Americans.
Georgia senator using arcane legislative procedures to benefit major donor that just settled fraud charges with the FTC.
Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Consumer Protection Rule Targeted by Perdue Would Benefit Campaign Donor
Allied Progress, a liberal advocacy group that pushes for tougher rules on Wall Street and payday lenders, is planning to kick off a television and digital ad campaign in the days ahead to pressure GOP senators to vote against Perdue’s bill.