Payday News Stories, Week of May 8, 2015

After Payday Lenders Skirt State Regulations, Feds Step In
By Liz Farmer, Governing
May 4, 2015

CFPB Must Prioritize People Over Payday Lenders
By Tony Pierce, American Banker
May 5, 2015

Video: On the Military Lending Act
Huff Post Show
May 5, 2015

Support Our Troops (Against Payday Lenders)
By Dean Clancy, US News & World Report
May 8, 2015

Official: DoD plan might deny troops loan alternatives
By Karen Jowers, Military Times
May 5, 2015

Republicans Already Under Fire For Voting To Block Predatory Lending Protections For Troops
By Zach Carter, Huffington Post
May 4, 2015

State considers regulating payday loans, following Amarillo’s lead
News Channel 10 – TX
May 6, 2015

State lawmakers target payday loans
By Enrique Rangel, Amarillo Globe-News
May 3, 2015

Lone Texas payday loan reform bill moves ahead, rest stuck in committee
By Kimberly Reeves, Austin Business Journal
May 7, 2015

Midland payday loan ordinance one possible model for statewide law
By Brandon Mulder, Midland Reporter-Telegram
May 5, 2015

House Limits Payday Lender Telemarketing
By Eva Hershaw, Texas Tribune
May 6, 2015

Payday loan interest rate cap passes House committee
By Brian Lyman, Montgomery Advertiser
May 6, 2015

Committee approves payday loan regulation
By Kim Chandler, Associated Press
May 6, 2015

Payday lending reform legislation passes House committee
By Ryan Phillips, Birmingham Business Journal
May 7, 2015

House committee approves payday loan regulations
By John O’Connor, WFSA – AL
May 6, 2015

Establish payday loan regulations on factual basis
By Max Wood, Montgomery Advertiser
May 6, 2015

Payday loan bill passes state house committee
By Jack Madison, WAFF-AL
May 6, 2015

Churches unite to take action against crime
By Amber Krycka, Fadia Patterson, WTVQ-DT
April 22, 2015

Protections on Horizon for Families Facing Financial Struggles
Public News Service
April 29, 2015

Florida Congressional delegation criticizes proposed rules on payday lending
By Nicholas Nehamas, Miami Herald
May 1, 2015

Payday lenders sneak new loan license into House budget bill: Plain Dealing
By Sheryl Harris, Plain Dealer
May 1, 2015

It’s expensive to be poor in the Twin Cities
By Doug Grow, Minnesota Post
April 28, 2015

CT House passes online financial protections
By Mark Paznikoas, Connecticut Mirror
May 6, 2015

Payday records were released before; now secret
By Jonathan Ellis, Argus Leader
May 6, 2015