Article in The Hill explains why the new CFPB banning mandatory arbitration is a good thing

July 13, 2017 by

Paul Bland has written an excellent article in The Hill that reviews the background behind the publication of the new CFPB rule banning mandatory arbitration, and addresses the merits and criticisms of the new rule.

Here is the link.  http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/finance/341472-who-will-gop-lawmakers-stand-with-the-people-or-crooked-bankers.

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