A legislative response to the Wells Fargo scandal takes narrow aim at mandatory arbitration requirements.
Nearly half of the 2 million Wells Fargo bank accounts that were opened without the customers’ knowledge or consent are here in California. A new, narrowly tailored bill in the state legislature would give those fraud victims some additional leverage to fight back.
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