Amy Keaton (second from right) of Spring Hill, Kan., told a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau panel June 2 in the Music Hall that she has struggled after taking out a $200 payday loan a year ago. Keaton is getting the loan paid off with the help of Catholic Charities.
Amy Keaton (second from right) of Spring Hill, Kan., told a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau panel June 2 in the Music Hall that she has struggled after taking out a $200 payday loan a year ago. Keaton is getting the loan paid off with the help of Catholic Charities. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
Amy Keaton (second from right) of Spring Hill, Kan., told a Consumer Financial Protection Bureau panel June 2 in the Music Hall that she has struggled after taking out a $200 payday loan a year ago. Keaton is getting the loan paid off with the help of Catholic Charities. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

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