PUTTING THE “ARM” IN HARM
- A Georgia woman is being denied anti-rejection medicine for her liver transplant because she is unable to pay the co-pays on her pharmacy bill — $111 — and the account has been sent to collections.
- Collectors in the Sh0w-Me State are uniting behind a proposal from the Attorney General of Missouri to reform civil court procedures for debt collection-related lawsuits.
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO STEP UP
- The federal government should come to the aid of low-income families, especially minorities, who are more likely to be sued for unpaid debts. The government should start programs to provide jobs, fix up rundown houses, and provide childcare, according to a consumer advocacy that specializes in economic development.
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