Uber and Lyft drivers rally at the Capitol in 2014. Laws that allow debt collectors to empty the bank accounts of low income debtors are especially punishing on those who earn intermittently and live off of their savings, such as seasonal workers and members of the gig economy.
Uber and Lyft drivers rally at the Capitol in 2014. Laws that allow debt collectors to empty the bank accounts of low income debtors are especially punishing on those who earn intermittently and live off of their savings, such as seasonal workers and members of the gig economy. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Uber and Lyft drivers rally at the Capitol in 2014. Laws that allow debt collectors to empty the bank accounts of low income debtors are especially punishing on those who earn intermittently and live off of their savings, such as seasonal workers and members of the gig economy. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

California still lets debt collectors empty the bank accounts of poor people. Why?

September 06, 2017 05:10 AM

UPDATED September 06, 2017 01:55 PM

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