A legislation professor operating against U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Southern Florida claims she actually is within the pocket of big banking institutions and it isn’t taking care of consumers whom have crushed by debt from pay day loans.
“My opponent, after using thousands and thousands of dollars from Goldman Sachs as well as other Wall Street banking institutions, has voted to avoid the buyer Financial Protection Bureau (CFTP) from managing pay day loans and handling discrimination that is racial car and truck loans,” said Tim Canova on their site.
Canova, a candidate that is first-time teacher at Nova Southeastern University, is challenging Wasserman Schultz within the August Democratic primary in a Broward/Miami-Dade region. The battle has drawn nationwide attention because Wasserman Schultz may be the Democratic nationwide Committee seat. Continue reading