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RELEASE: FAN Coalition Applauds Obama Administration for Restoring Rights of Government Contract Employees

August 24th, 2016

By: Amanda Werner

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 24, 2016 CONTACTS: Lisa Gilbert, Public Citizen, lgilbert@citizen.org Laurie Kinney, Alliance for Justice, laurie.kinney@afj.org Christine Hines, National Association of Consumer Advocates, christine@consumeradvocates.org Sarah Jones, American Association for Justice, sarah.jones@justice.org Fair Arbitration Now Coalition Applauds Obama Administration for Restoring Rights of Government Contract Employees Department of Labor, Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council release

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Groups Urge Public, Federal Agency to Stand Up for Seniors’ Rights

August 31st, 2015

By: Christine Hines

Thousands have signed a petition to urge the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to protect nursing home residents from predispute binding mandatory (or forced) arbitration clauses in nursing home contracts. Forced arbitration clauses strip residents and their families of their right to sue if they are harmed by nursing home operators. The petition responds to

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78,000+ Consumers to CFPB: End Forced Arbitration

June 18th, 2015

By: Christine Hines

RELEASE: Consumers to CFPB: End Forced Arbitration  Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Can End Wall Street’s Practice of Stripping Customers’ Right to Go to Court Washington DC – More than 78,000 consumers are calling on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to take swift action to ban forced arbitration clauses in terms attached to financial services and

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FAN Opposes Anti-Consumer Amendment in Funding Bill

June 17th, 2015

By: Christine Hines

Fair Arbitration Now, a network of more than 70 consumer, labor, legal and community organizations sent a letter to the House Appropriations Committee strongly opposing an amendment offered by U.S. Representatives Steve Womack (R-Ark.) and Tom Graves (R-Ga.) to the Financial Services and General Government appropriations bill. The amendment proposes a tragic waste of taxpayer

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Calls for a CFPB Arbitration Rule Grow

May 21st, 2015

By: Christine Hines

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau continues to hear from public officials, public interest organizations and individual consumers on how important it is that it exercise its authority to write a rule to eliminate forced arbitration and restore consumers’ legal rights in the financial marketplace. * As reported here, U.S. senators and representatives sent a letter

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