Bill reignites controversy over payday lending reform

PROVIDENCE – A state senator wants payday lenders out of Rhode Island. Sen. Harold Metts, D-Providence, submitted legislation earlier this month that would eliminate provisions for payday lenders – known as “deferred deposit providers” – from state ordinances. Metts has proposed similar bills every year for at least the last six years, without success. He’s…

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