New Mexico community activist Ona Porter also blames campaign cash for thwarting rate-cap bills. â€œThe industry has bought and paid for our politicians.They make huge contributions,â€� said Porter, president and CEO of Prosperity Works, which advocates for working families.
Ona Porter, president of Prosperity Works and co-chairman of the New Mexico Fair Lending Coalition, which supports the bills that would cap interest rates at 36 percent, didn't hesitate when asked what she thought the effect of the money was.
"They are buying votes," she said.
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