iv protonixAdditionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request. In November 2008 voters in Arizona will address Proposition 200, sponsored by Reform AZ Payday Loans. Currently payday loan businesses are regulated by the State. This licensing program is set to terminate on July 1, 20 Proposition 200 would repeal the programs termination date. The Payday Loan Reform Act would preserve this financing option for those who choose to use it, and also alter the procedures by which payday loan businesses operate including limiting the number and frequency of loans that can be made to one person and reducing loan fees that can be charged. Click on Read more to see a synopsis of the pros and cons and find more information about this ballot measure. 1 Yes, we need to continue to offer these financing options to our citizens while more closely regulating the industry. People should be able to make their own financial decisions. 2 No, payday loan businesses are predatory lenders that exploit the financial hardship of people with limited resources.
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