Payday News Stories, Week of May 15, 2015

CBF, SBC unite against payday loans
By Bob Allen, Baptist News Global
May 15, 2015

Ozarks Pastor Taking Families’ ‘Payday Loan’ Struggles to D.C.
By Matt Lupoli,
May 12, 2015

James River assistant pastor to argue for loan caps
y Steve Pokin, News-Leader
May 12, 2015

Knoxville leaders await study on payday loan shops
By Jeff Mondlock, WBIR
May 14, 2015

Tribally owned lender sued for predatory loan practices
By David Murray, Great Falls Tribune
May 15, 2015

Legislators Once Again Trying To Delay New Lending Protections For Military Personnel
By Ashlee Kieler, Consumerist
May 13, 2015

Lawmakers to take a bite out of PAYDAY Lenders
May 14, 2015

Payday loan interest rate cap stalls in House
By Brian Lyman, Montgomery Advertiser
May 13, 2015

Alexis Christensen, guest columnist: Will our lawmakers rein in predatory payday, auto-title loan practices?
Waco Tribune
May 10, 2015

Tell lawmakers to rein in payday lenders
By Neil Lane, San Antonio Express-News
May 10, 2015

Republicans Try To Strip Predatory Lending Protections For American Troops, Again
By Zach Carter, Huffington Post
May 11, 2015

No change expected for Missouri predatory payday loans
By Shannon Halligan, KSHB – MO
May 11, 2015

The US payday loans crisis: borrow $100 to make ends meet, owe 36 times that sum
By Sarah Kendzior, The Guardian
May 9, 2015

Heat on Heck following payday loan fight
By Steve Tetreault, Review-Journal
May 11, 2015

White House bashes GOP effort to delay regs on predatory loans to troops
By Kristina Wong, The Hill
May 11, 2015

House GOP lending amendment draws White House ire
By Leo Shane III, Military Times
May 11, 2015

GOP again targets predatory lending protections for US troops
By Steve Benen, MSNBC
May 12, 2015

Senate must act now to protect service members from proposed MLA expansion
By Bill Himpler, The Hill
May 11, 2015

Legislators, advocates work to end predatory payday lending practices
By Daniela Perallon, WHNT 19 – AL
May 8, 2015