Sunday, April 18, 2010

MCRC's General Assembly Roundup

Lawmakers took several steps forward in protecting consumers from predatory financial products and mitigating foreclosures. However, the General Assembly stalled on several fronts, including making auto insurance more attainable for low-income and working families, regulating debt settlement, and ensuring affordable utility rates for families that need assistance. Maryland legislators also failed to take steps to increase consumer protections and provide needed enforcement measures. Read more:


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