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Monday, December 17, 2007



Well said! We should point this out at the next hearing (whenever that is) on AFA. I read through the testimony listed on the Senate Committee's website and you encapsulated it quite well. Brownback served as the Senate motuhpiece for the BMA proponents and said arbitratiion is best for consumers.

We need to caspitalize on the AFA momentum. Big business gotg CAFA and the Bankruptcy laws; consumer should have a fair shot. The courts, starting with the Supremes in 1985, have gotten this issue so wrong for so long that only AFA will solve the problem.


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