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In late-September, CDIA filed suit against the State of Maine challenging the validity of two new provisions of state law that (1) Change the way medical debt is reported to credit bureaus; and (2) Limit the reporting of adverse information about a consumer if that consumer was a victim of economic abuse.
On Feb. 26, 2019, the U.S. House Financial Services Committee held a hearing, Who’s Keeping Score? Holding Credit Bureaus Accountable and Repairing...
In January 2021, The Hill hosted a discussion, Modern Credit Systems, Alternative Data & the American Dream, The program had seven...
The House Financial Services Committee issued a report Alternative Data for Additional Credit FHA Pilot Program Reauthorization Act. On January 3, 2019,...
In December 2019, the NCLC issued a report, Broken Records Redux: How Errors by Criminal Background Check Companies Continue to Harm...
In April 2011, the National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) issued a report, Broken Records: How Errors by Criminal Background Checking Companies Harm Workers...