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Vice President Pence Casts Tie-breaking Vote To Kill Cfpb Arbitration Rule

Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Kelsey Ramírez | HousingWire
Melissa Stegman

“Companies, like Wells Fargo and Equifax, frequently bury forced arbitration clauses in the fine print of agreements, giving them the ability to cheat consumers with impunity,” said Melissa Stegman, Center for Responsible Lending senior policy counsel. “These rip-off clauses deny Americans the freedom to seek justice through our court system – a right embodied by the Constitution's Seventh Amendment.”