Our outreach and research only become truly valuable when we present them to decision makers. We advocate for policies that help build credit for the new middle class and ease the burdens of a bad credit score. The struggles that come with income volatility and lack of security savings are often misunderstood by decision makers at the local, state and federal level. We take the message to them.
Who We Advocate To:
- Federal Decisions Makers and their staff in Washington
- State Decision Makers and their staff
- Local Decision Makers and their staff
- Think -tank and third party stakeholders
Interest rate caps have a long history of capturing the imagination of politicians. Politicians rightly want to protect average citizens from abusive practices. The issue seems to have no political downsides. After all, no one likes borrowing money and no one lines up to defend lenders. Usury laws have been argued for thousands of years. Early Western culture seized on the idea that loaning
The Individual is what matters: We advocate for individuals and households. We do not advocate for companies or Industries. We will only advocate for solutions that preserve the dignity of the individual. We believe in people’s ability to make choices on their own. We do not believe companies, industries, or governments are better equipped to decide what is good for individuals. We believe that