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Auto Insurance: The Next Frontier In Discriminatory Practices Against America's Poor

Much like the robosigning scandal blew the lid off widespread discriminatory mortgage lending in the U.S., a new study sheds light on the chasm separating the rich from the poor in the auto insurance ... read more

Weeds amidst the ivy

A little manic, Gronbach paced the stage, taking audible sniffs as he caught his breath and delivered the next ... crusade against for-profit colleges. For two years he and his staff worked on a repor... read more

Baltimore's other red line

Larry Hogan and the General Assembly are serious about boosting ... lining," the practice raising car insurance prices for certain city neighborhoods based on race. A nationwide study released last we... read more

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Giving back, Feb. 24

Advantage Auto Sales & Credit awarded a movie gift card and a $100 Washington House gift certificate to customer Steve Hein as part of its “Dinner and a Movie” Valentine’s Day contest. Two runners-up ... read more


Facing a freeze

For a time it looked as though the Arctic would be the next frontier for Western oil firms ... But Canada is not the only country now thinking twice: America, Norway and even Russia are all contemplat... read more

Money Underpins Drop in Kidney Donations Among Men and the Poor

Kidney donation rates also declined for poor and lower-income families over that period ... a proposed federal law that would bar insurance discrimination against donors and protect their right to cov... read more

When workers complain: Discrimination lawsuits accuse Vanguard of targeting workers

The business and employment practices of Vanguard ... Tucker mentored many junior African Americans, and often referred their discrimination complaints up the chain within Vanguard. She later joined a ... read more

Wells Fargo Sees a Silver Lining in Discrimination Lawsuit

Recently, relating to a discrimination lawsuit filed against Wells ... of issues in its auto-insurance business, online bill-pay services, and the Wealth and Investment Management segment. With the on... read more

Millions of Californians’ jobs could be affected by automation — a scenario the next governor has to address

The decisions made by the state’s next governor ... they’re fighting against an erosion in the social safety net spurred by the rise of contractors. With fewer employees, companies have fewer obligati... read more

When An Insurer Sells You an Apple Watch For $25, How Much Are You Giving Away?

And the ACA does not offer the same protections for other forms of insurance, like life insurance. Auto ... Frontier Foundation. Unlike health data your doctor gets, information John Hancock collects ... read more

The ACLU Now Opposes Religious Freedom Because Christians Need It

Her article provides a useful history of RFRA, which became law in 1993—two years after the Supreme Court refused to let Native Americans smoke peyote as part of their religious practices ... to deny ... read more

Auto Insurance: The Next Frontier In Discriminatory Practices Against America's Poor

Much like the robosigning scandal blew the lid off widespread discriminatory mortgage lending in the U.S., a new study sheds light on the chasm separating the rich from the poor in the auto insurance ... read more



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