Americans for Financial Reform
Americans for Financial Reform is a nonpartisan and nonprofit coalition of more than 200 civil rights, consumer, labor, business, investor, faith-based, and civic and community groups. Formed in the wake of the 2008 crisis, they are working to lay the foundation for a strong, stable, and ethical financial system – one that serves the economy and the nation as a whole. Through policy analysis, education, and outreach to their members and others, AFR builds public will for substantial reform.
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|The National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) proudly traces its roots to President Lyndon Johnson's declaration of a "War on Poverty", and was among many of the national support centers established under the Legal Services Program to support low-income families. Today, NCLC continues to fight for the rights of low-income families and provides many resources to…|
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