Fair access to loans is a civil right. Our livelihood depends on credit because we use loans to advance our education, purchase a home or a car, or keep our businesses running. This is why it is critical for lenders to stop blocking entire categories of consumers from accessing loans simply because they are not U.S. citizens and instead evaluate their application based on their credit history and profile.
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Do Employment Discrimination Plaintiffs in the District of Columbia Have 180 or 300 Days to File their Charges with the EEOC? The Epps Court, Briefly an Outlier, Now Says D.C. Plaintiffs have 300 Days.
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