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Payday Loan Businesses Troubling New Mexico's Native Communities
Those “Cash Loans Now” or “Payday Loan” signs on storefronts draw in vulnerable customers in regions of the country like New Mexico, and are particularly detrimental to Native comm...
Feds Claim Tribal Lenders Not a Target; Tribes Sue NY Over Crackdown
In the first positive federal response to widespread Indian protests over government attacks on tribal companies’ online loan businesses, U.S...
Tribes Sue New York Regulator for Payday Loan Order
Yesterday the Otoe-Missouria Tribe, located near Tulsa, Oklahoma, and the Lac Vieux Desert Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians, based in southern Michigan, sued a New York regul...
Tribes’ Payday Loan Operations Upheld
Although the courts and others may question tribes’ acceptance of their non-Native business operators’ activities, the skepticism may be a remnant of “paternalistic days” that are ...