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Letter to the Editor: Strict laws needed as tools to fight predators
Harold Ford Jr., U.S. Representative, 9th District, Memphis
Letter to the Editor: Homeowner education is another effective weapon
Keith Turbett, Corporate Community Reinvestment Officer, National Bank of Commerce, Memphis
We all pay note on house of cards
Beth Dixon, president of the RISE Foundation
Predatory lending kills home dreams
Robert Lipscomb, executive director of the Memphis Housing Authority and director of Memphis' housing and community development division
Bankruptcy hammers W. Tenn.
Jennie D. Latta, United States Bankruptcy Court judge for the Western District of Tennessee
Add an 'E' to 3 'R's: Economics
Julie Heath, chair of the Department of Economics and director of the Center for Economic Education at the University of Memphis
Being 'unbanked' is a heavy burden
Martha Perine Beard, senior executive officer for the Memphis branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
System rewards predators
David Waters, columnist for The Commercial Appeal
Give kids education in finance
Wendi C. Thomas, columnist for The Commercial Appeal
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