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RMAI Launches Financial Literacy Resource for Adults and Children

Receivables Management Association International (RMAI) has launched a comprehensive and engaging online resource for financial success.

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Attorneys General Launch New Consumer-Focused Website

State attorneys general are stepping into the consumer complaint and education arena boldly with their new national website. The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) and its Center for Consumer Protection recently launched a comprehensive consumer-focused website. The site is designed to be…

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Former Illinois Consumer Protection Chief Appointed Secretary of Department of Financial & Professional Regulation

The new governor of Illinois has wisely chosen former Illinois Attorney General Consumer Protection Chief Deborah Hagan as Secretary of the Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation. Hagan, a 36-year veteran of the Illinois Attorney General’s office, headed up the Consumer…

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How the Partial Government Shutdown is Affecting Federal Consumer Protection Agencies

Funding for a portion of the federal government expired on December 21, 2018, beginning a partial federal government shutdown. As the shutdown continues into its fourth week, businesses and consumers alike are feeling the effects in a big way. Here's how services…

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Federal Communications Commission Update – January 2019

  Geoffrey Starks Appointed to Commission; Commissioner Carr Reappointed   In the final hours of the 115th Congress, the Senate voted to confirm the nomination of Geoffrey Starks to the last vacant FCC Commissioner seat.  The seat had been vacated by Commissioner…

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