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Wednesday, April 21, 2010


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he receives all the rejection he requires. Cole Smithey

Mary Zill

Thank you for your work on this, it seems that people who don't have money get less and those who make money get more and those who have more get more forgiveness for defaults.

Robert Weed

This is a big victory. Thank you for your work on this. I'm a bankruptcy lawyer and I can see how people who are down on their luck become magnates for abuse. I'm glad Public Citizens stands up for them.

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