General Assembly Resources

Payday Lending Background & Advocacy Information

KCRL offers these resources to provide facts and information for organizations and individuals to support protecting consumers and changing Kentucky’s payday lending law. 

Representative Darryl Owens has filed House Bill 182 in the 2011 General Assembly with 24 co-sponsors.

Ask your state Representative/Senator to suport House Bill 182 and protect Kentucky consumers with a 36% cap on payday loans in the 2011 General Assembly. 

Call – Governor Steve Beshear at: 1-502-564-2611 

Call – Senators and Representatives toll-free on the Legislative Message Line: 

1-800-372-7181 •TTY Messages 1-800-896-0305 •En Español 1-866-840-6574 

 Click on the links below for more advocacy resources and information:

KCRL’s public opion polling show 73% of voters support a  36% rate cap – KCRL_polling_data_fact_sheet_2-7-11

KCRL’s News Release on public opion polling – New_Poll_Supports_Capping_Payday_Loans_2-7-11

Consumers Advisory Council Recommends 36% rate cap – CAC_letter_Sen_Williams_Rep_Stumbo_12-09-10

Quick Overview of Payday Lending Facts  – KCRL Payday Loans Fast Facts (10-6-10)
Kentucky County Payday Lending Data Report  –  KCRL County Data Report Pages Final revised_(3-23-10)  
Payday Lending: Consumers’ Personal  Stories-KCRL_Statewide_personal_stories_12-09
Payday Lending: “Payday Lending Trap”- KCRL_Payday_Lending_Facts1_12-09 
Payday Lending: “Not a Solution” – KCRL_payday_lending_Facts_2 
Payday Lending: “Reasonable Rates”KCRL_payday_lending_Facts_3
Payday Lending: “Bill Summary” KCRL_Fact_Sheet_Bill_Keypoints_1-19-2010

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28 01 2010
Payday Lending Campaign Rolling « Kentucky Coalition for Responsible Lending

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