Why voters are now being expected to cap rates of interest on pay day loans

Why voters are now being expected to cap rates of interest on pay day loans

Colorado voters will decide Proposition 111, a measure that could cap the actual quantity of interest and charges charged because of the cash advance industry. (Photo: AP)

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