WASHINGTON – Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA) announced that the Supreme Court of Georgia is planned to know

WASHINGTON – Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA) announced that the Supreme Court of Georgia is planned to know

dental arguments on Monday in CfA’s instance contrary to the credit analysis Foundation (CCRF), a payday lending nonprofit that funded a good educational research by way of a teacher at Kennesaw State University.

CfA Executive Director Daniel E. Stevens stated, “The payday financing industry got caught red handed attempting to purchase favorable scholastic studies to bolster its important thing. Struggling to defend their exploitive methods, payday loan providers have already been paid down to purchasing supporters. This lawsuit shows the lengths to that the industry shall head to avoid People in the us from learning the way they run.”

A professor of Statistics and Data Science at Kennesaw State University, about her 2014 study on payday loan rollovers on June 10, 2015, CfA sent a Georgia Open Records Act request to Kennesaw State University, seeking communications between CCRF and Jennifer Lewis Priestley. Continue reading

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