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Thanks for this info. Great that they've won this important hiring by unanimous decision of the Supreme Court, it is not right that they will just bulldoze their home. Many payday loans stores had to close or find new ways to lend, in order to comply with the laws to continue operating. Apparently, complying with legislature isn't good enough for some people who are seeking an outright ban on payday loans altogether. The payday loans debate still rages in Ohio. After Governor Ted Strickland signed House Bill 545 or the Small Loan Act, into law, lenders had restrictions on the fees they could charge.

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