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You may not be able to sue banks anymore, thanks to this Senate vote
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The Senate voted, 51-50, in favor of ending regulations against bank arbitrations — regulations that made it possible for consumers to sue banks. Here's how this could affect you.
The Senate voted, 51-50, in favor of ending regulations against bank arbitrations — regulations that made it possible for consumers to sue banks. Here's how this could affect you.
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