People in June at Barney Allis Plaza rallied against the practices of payday lenders before heading into a hearing by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the Music Hall. Such lenders cripple low-income families with debt and negatively affect nonprofits that assist people in poverty.
People in June at Barney Allis Plaza rallied against the practices of payday lenders before heading into a hearing by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the Music Hall. Such lenders cripple low-income families with debt and negatively affect nonprofits that assist people in poverty. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
People in June at Barney Allis Plaza rallied against the practices of payday lenders before heading into a hearing by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the Music Hall. Such lenders cripple low-income families with debt and negatively affect nonprofits that assist people in poverty. Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

Payday lending traps low-income families in tragic cycle of debt

August 02, 2016 03:00 PM

UPDATED August 02, 2016 06:29 PM

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