We, the undersigned, request that the House Judiciary Committee antitrust bills, H.R. 3849, the Augmenting Compatibility and Competition Enabling Service Switching Act; H.R. 3826, the Platform Competition and Opportunity Act; H.R. 3816, the American Choice and Innovation Online Act; and H.R. 3825, the Ending Platform Monopolies Act, not be brought to the floor for a vote without serious changes.
The legislation targets a critical problem. Too often lenders deny credit access to those who don’t have an extensive credit history, which can unfairly penalize these consumers and perpetuate the problem. With little to no credit, Americans are denied the opportunity to begin building credit and wealth for themselves.
According to Kevin B. Kimble, Esq., Founder and CEO of FSIC – Predictions that urban centers are in an inevitable downward spiral may be overblown, but legitimate concerns about their future prosperity certainly do exist. With smart policy, however, life in America’s cities can continue to flourish.
FSIC is pleased to announce the creation of its Housing Task Force. It is no secret that housing is the key to economic stability for most Americans, but African Americans and other minorities have been systematically excluded from full participation in the marketplace.