LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) вЂ” A ballot campaign trying to tighten up the limit on what much interest payday loan providers may charge in Nebraska has received a significant boost from a national donor, increasing the chances so it will achieve placing the problem in the 2020 ballot.
Nebraskans for Responsible Lending received $485,000 in money and in-kind efforts month that is last the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a liberal, Washington-based team which has had aided in other states with promotions to grow Medicaid, raise the minimum wage and restrict payday financing.
вЂњA great deal of this very early conversations weвЂ™ve had about fundraising have already been positive,вЂќ said Aubrey Mancuso, an organizer for Nebraskans for accountable Lending. вЂњA great deal of men and women understand this problem, and we think weвЂ™re hopeful that weвЂ™ll have all of the resources we must be successful.вЂќ