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Tuesday, September 08, 2009

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Great post by the way. Most of our youth i feel are not ready to handle the major responsibilities of handling credit cards correctly.

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Great Post!! Creadit Cards Debt sold to Students should let them know what kind of debt they are getting into. In my opinion CC debt is probably the worst debt to get.

Brian Wolfman

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I agree that we should be taught financial responsibility younger. So many college age kids are in debt because they are not used to paying credit card bills. It is a big problem.

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Well, I don't see any problem with marketing credit cards for young people, but maybe I'm not aware of some of the consequences of this act.
I think I have to read more about this subject.

Good post.

Brian Wolfman

Hello. After many years at Public Citizen, I have moved to Georgetown
law school, where I will be a co-director of the Institute for Public
Representation (IPR) and head IPR's Civil Rights Clinic. You can reach
me at 202 661 6582 and wolfmanb@law.georgetown.edu.

If you want to contact the Litigation Group, contact Litigation Group
Director Allison Zieve at azieve@citizen.org.

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While I agree that it is odd for Congress to treat one group of adults differently than others, I can honestly say that I am glad they are taking this step. So many people get in over their heads and spend their lifetime paying for mistakes they made early. While we should be taught financial responsibility from an earlier age, I am glad to see some protections in place to help prevent young adults falling victim to agressive marketing.

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