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Promoting Consumer Education Policy

Several institutions across the country are working to promote policies that will expand consumer education and financial literacy opportunities for low-income people. Predatory lending and mortgage loan assistance are often […]

Several institutions across the country are working to promote policies that will expand consumer education and financial literacy opportunities for low-income people. Predatory lending and mortgage loan assistance are often at the forefront of their efforts.

Consumer Federation of America
1424 16th St., NW, Ste. 604
Washington, DC 20036
202-387-6121
www.consumerfed.org

Woodstock Institute
407 S. Dearborn, Ste. 550
Chicago, IL 60605
312-427-8070
www.woodstockinst.org

Center for Responsible Lending
302 West Main Street
Durham, NC 27701
919-313-8500
www.responsiblelending.org

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