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01. Franco Mortarotti - PDF
02. Missouri State Capitol - Representative Sandy Crawford - PDF
03. Missouri State Capitol - Representative Tony Dugger - PDF
04. Colorado House of Representatives, Denver, Frank McNulty - PDF
05. Michigan House of Representatives, Lansing, Woodrow Stanley - PDF
06. Colorado House of Representatives, Denver, Libby Szabo - PDF
07. Nebraska State Legislature, Lincoln, Mike Gloor - PDF
08. United States Senate, Senators Bill Nelson (Florida) and Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts) - PDF
09. Illinois 76th District State Representative Frank Mautino - PDF
10. 17th Senate District, Kentucky, Damon Thayer - PDF
11. Florida House of Representatives, District 52, Ritch Workman - PDF
12. 4th Ohio Senate District, William Coley - PDF
13. Missouri State Senator Jay Wasson - PDF
14. Ohio Senate, Senator Kevin Bacon - PDF
15. Pennsylvania Consumer Credit Association, Harrisburg, PA, Al Bowman - PDF
16. Stop Predatory Lending - PDF (324)
17. David Stoesz, Ph.D., Mississippi Valley State University, Itta Bena, MS - PDF
18. Bretton Woods, Inc., Saint Simons Island, GA, G. Michael Flores - PDF
19. Missouri House of Representatives, Jefferson City, MO, Timothy Jones - PDF
20. National People’s Action (NPA) Offering - PDF (953)
21. Ohio State Representative Jim Buchy, 84th House District - PDF
22. Senator Tom Dempsey, Missouri Senate - PDF
23. State of Hawaii, House of Represenatives, Joseph Souki
24. Illinois House of Representatives, Ken Dunkin - PDF
25. Alabama House of Representatives, Oliver Robinson, Jr. - PDF
26. Ohio House of Representatives, John Adams - PDF
27. Mississippi State Senate, Michael Watson - PDF
28. State of Tennessee, House of Representatives, Charles Sargent, Jr. - PDF
29. Kentucky Deferred Deposit Association, Renee Craddock - PDF
30. Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law, Chicago, IL, Karen Harris - PDF
31. The Center for American Progress, Washington, DC, Joe Valenti - PDF
32. Tennessee Cash Advance Association, Kimberly Gardner - PDF
33. The California Contract Cities Association, Downey, CA, Sam Olivito - PDF
34. California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, Sacramento, CA, Mark Martinez - PDF
35. Plaza de Ia Raza, Los Angeles, CA, Maria Jimenez-Torres - PDF
36. Opportunity Fund, San Jose, CA, Eric Weaver - PDF
37. Colorado Financial Service Centers Association, Denver, CO, Ron Rockvam - PDF
38. Robert E. Rutkowski, Topeka, KS - PDF , Supplement Comment - PDF, Supplement Comment - PDF
39. Alabama State Senate, Senator Roger Bedford & Deputy Minority Leader Marc Keahey - PDF
40. Kentucky Equal Justice Center, Louisville, KY, Anne Marie Regan - PDF
41. Illinois State Senate, Senator Donne E. Trotter, Assistant Majority Leader - PDF
42. State of Ilinois, House of Representatives, Springfield, IL, State Repfesentative Patrick Verschoore - PDF
43. State of Illinois, Senator Kimberly Lightford - PDF
44. Michael Archer, North Carolina - PDF
45. Consumer Federation of America, Washington, D.C., Laura Udis - PDF
46. National Community Reinvestment Coalition, Washington, DC, John Taylor - PDF
47. Los Angeles Metropolitan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles, CA, Maria Luisa Vela - PDF
48. The American Bankers Association, Washington, DC, Nessa Feddis - PDF
49. Nebraska State Legislature, Omaha, NE, State Senator Scott Lautenbaugh, District 18 - PDF
50. South Bay Latino Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles, CA, Erick Verduzco-Vega - PDF
51. California Financial Service Providers Association, Sacramento CA, Thomas L. Leonard - PDF
52. Financial Service Centers of Mississippi, Dan Robinson - PDF
53. Illinois House of Representatives, Arthur Turner, Assistant Majority Leader - PDF
54. Syracuse University Securities Arbitration and Consumer Clinic, Syracuse, NY, Edward Thater and Ronny Chan - PDF
55. Ballard Spahr, Philadelphia, PA, Jeremy Rosenblum - PDF
56. Aquinas Associates, Frank Rauscher - PDF
57. U.S. Black Chambers, Inc., Washington, DC, Ron Busby - PDF
58. Oklahoma Bankers Association, Oklahoma City, OK, Roger Beverage - PDF
59. Center for Financial Services Innovation, Chicago, IL, Jennifer Tescher - PDF
60. Wisconsin State Senate, Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald - PDF
61. Corporation for Enterprise Development, Washington, DC, Jeremie Greer - PDF
62. Jeremy Rollins, Arlington TN - PDF
63. The Cities for Financial Empowerment, New York, NY, Jonathan Mintz - PDF
64. The Pew Charitable Trusts, Washington, DC, Nick Bourke - PDF
65. Florida Bankers Association, Tallahassee, FL, Anthony DiMarco - PDF
66. The Online Lenders Alliance, Alexandria, VA, Lisa McGreevy - PDF
67. Chicago Community Loan Fund, Chicago, IL, Calvin Homes - PDF
68. Woodstock Institute, Chicago, IL, Dory Rand - PDF
69. Louisiana House of Representatives, Bato n Rouge , LA, Erich Ponti - PDF
70. Arkansas Attorney General, Little Rock, AR, Dustin McDaniel - PDF
71. Service Employees International Union, Minneapolis, MN - PDF
72. Community Financial Services Association of America, Alexandria, VA, Dennis Shaul - PDF
73. Consumer Bankers Association, David R. Pommerehn - PDF
74. California Reinvestment Coalition, San Francisco, CA, Andrea Luquetta - PDF
75. Southern Poverty Law Center, Montgomery, AL, Jacob Denney - PDF
76.U.S. Chamber of Commerce Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness, Washington, DC, David Hirschmann - PDF
77. National People's Action, et. al. - PDF
78. McIntyre & Lemon, PLLC, Washington, DC, Chrys Lemon - PDF
79. New Yorkers for Responsible Lending, New York, NY - PDF
80. Wyoming Senate, Lander, WY, Senator Cale Case - PDF
81. Appleseed, Washington, DC, Betsy Cavendish - PDF
82. Oregon Bankers Association, Salem, OR, Kevin Christiansen - PDF
83. Legal Services NYC, Johnson Tyler - PDF
84. California State Senate, Ron Calderon, Norma Torres - PDF
85. South Dakota House of Representatives, Rep. David Novstrup - PDF
86. The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Washington, DC, Javier Palomarez - PDF
87. Americans for Financial Reform, Washington, DC - PDF
88. AARP, Center for Responsible Lending, Consumer Federation of America, NAACP, Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, and the National Consumer Law Center - PDF
89. Regions Bank, AL, Tracy Jackson - PDF
90. Ohio House of Representatives, Representative Chris Redfern - PDF
91. State of Kansas House of Representatives, Reps. Pete DeGraaf and Rob Olson - PDF
92. Arkansans Against Abusive Payday Lending, North Little Rock, AR, H. C. “Hank” Klein - PDF
93. South Carolina House of Representatives, Representative Bill Sandifer - PDF
94. Reinvestment Partners, Durham, NC, Adam Rust - PDF
95. CANICCOR, San Francisco, CA, John Lind - PDF
96. Illinois State Representative Michael Zalewski - PDF
97. CNG Financial Corporation, Cincinnati, OH, A. David Davis - PDF
98. Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway - PDF
99. The National Asian American Coalition, Washington, DC, Faith Bautista - PDF
100. Florida House of Representatives, Tallahassee, FL, Representative Daniel Davis - PDF
101. Union Bank & Trust Company, Lincoln, NE, Becky Shupe - PDF
102. Anonymous - PDF


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