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The men and women who serve in America’s military are also active consumers in America’s financial marketplace, where tricks and traps can cause harm to their finances and their lives. Protecting Those Who Serve, an analysis of complaints submitted by servicemembers and veterans to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), finds that mistreatment of servicemembers by financial companies is widespread – and that the CFPB provides critical protection against predatory behavior.
Special districts are a kind of government entity separate from local and state governments that provide public services such as transit and housing. Despite being government agencies fulfilling public functions, special districts often operate in the shadows, their spending unaccounted for in local and state budgets. In Following the Money 2017, we evaluate the financial transparency of special districts, revealing inadequate practices nationwide.