National Consumer Law Center

Bill Mosher
Season 23
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In modern society, millions of people have little voice or power in an economy increasingly controlled by big corporations. But, all across the country, in big cities and small towns, a remarkable group of people are committed to the idea that the law can be a tool for empowering consumers and advancing economic justice. The National Consumer Law Center, NCLC, is a network of legal advocates who are dedicated to taking on big banks, financial services companies, predatory lenders, and their allies in Washington, DC. They work to protect vulnerable people from unfair, deceptive, and abusive practices, and promote the long-term financial health and security of those most in need.

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