Stop the expansion of predatory lending in Oklahoma - share your story
Oklahoma House Bill 1913 would allow lenders targeting low-income Oklahomans to dramatically increase interest rates on loans of up to $1,500. This bill passed the Oklahoma House and will now be considered by the Senate. To help with advocacy efforts against HB 1913, please share your personal stories or reasons for being opposed to this legislation. This information will be shared with the Senate bill sponsor, Sen. Leewright, the committee chair, and committee members once the bill is assigned to a Senate committee for hearing.

You can find more information about this bill at http://okpolicy.org/stop-a-new-high-cost-loan-product/.

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HB1913 would allow the payday lending industry to add an additional high cost loan product to the state. Do you support or oppose this?
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Have you or someone you know been affected by predatory lending practices? (if yes, share a story below)
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