Legislation dealing with payday loans is once again working its way through the general assembly.
This is the latest of several attempts in recent years to curb payday lending in Rhode Island at the Statehouse.
The controversial practice offers quick loans, but they often come with interest rates that can soar to more than two-hundred fifty percent.
At the Statehouse, Representative Frank Ferri, and Senator Juan Pichardo announced they’ll introduce legislation capping payday loan interest rates at thirty six percent.
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