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30 May, 2019 08:27

Loan Shark Prevention Act garners bipartisan support among voters

Mike Papantonio and Trial Magazines Editor Farron Cousins discuss how the Loan Shark Prevention Act proposed by Senators Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders has earned support among voters regardless of party lines. The act would cap interest rates on credit cards and loans, combatting the predatory nature of loan sharking, which targets Americans that have few financial options. Then, RT’s Brigida Santos walks us through leaked documents from Facebook that explicitly outline plans to leverage user information when doing business with third-party app developers. Plus, journalist Mollye Barrows dives into the legal troubles in which McDonald’s is now embroiled, citing allegations of physical violence against employees and a corporate culture that fails to protect its workers from sexual harassment.

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