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William Houck, a retired bishop with the Catholic Diocese of Jackson, joined members of the religious community in asking legislators let a state exemption allowing payday lenders to charge up to 572 percent APR to expire.

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Stewpot Community Services Chief Executive Officer Rev. Frank Spencer said Stewpot Community Services would supply groceries to people whose choices are limited to paying off their loan or buying groceries.


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