Shoneji Robison, left, and Catarah Hampshire, owners of Southern Girl Desserts in Los Angeles, took out six loans and were in a financial mess until going to a nonprofit microlender.
Shoneji Robison, left, and Catarah Hampshire, owners of Southern Girl Desserts in Los Angeles, took out six loans and were in a financial mess until going to a nonprofit microlender. Nick Ut The Associated Press
Shoneji Robison, left, and Catarah Hampshire, owners of Southern Girl Desserts in Los Angeles, took out six loans and were in a financial mess until going to a nonprofit microlender. Nick Ut The Associated Press

New state law gives microlenders a more even playing field

October 18, 2015 05:00 PM