Congress Eyes Tougher Credit Card Laws

Publication: Marketplace Money


04/03/2009 - A congressional subcommittee recently approved a version of a credit-card "bill of rights" that could protect consumers from abusive billing practices. Nick Bourke of the Pew Safe Credit Cards Project talks about some companies' questionable methods.

Listen to the show or read the transcript Congress Eyes Tougher Credit Card Laws on American Public Media's Web site.

Pew is no longer active in this line of work, but for more information visit the Safe Credit Cards Project on PewHealth.org.

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