Senate Kills Rule on Class-Action Suits Against Financial Companies

A recent article by Scott Neuman of NPR reported that the Senate voted to get rid of a banking rule that allows consumers to bring class-action lawsuits against banks and credit card companies to resolve financial disputes.

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