For more than four years now, a coalition of anti-poverty activists has been pushing for controls on neighborhood payday-loan shops that lend cash for two weeks at an astonishingly high interest rate. While the many shops advertise easy-to-get two-week loans at an interest rate of just 10 percent, their critics charge that’s deception. Extend the…
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