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Pat Toomey’s Bank And Fact Vs. Fiction In This Noisy US Senate Race

Friday, October 28, 2016
Anna Orso | Billy Penn
Deborah Goldstein

Deborah Goldstein, the executive vice president of the North Carolina-based Center for Responsible Lending, said confession of judgement clauses have been outlawed in many states because “it really undermines the typical judicial process. “It’s a basic principle of due process,” she said. “If you owe somebody money, you should have an opportunity to dispute what they’re doing.”