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Guest commentary: Assembly helps protect children's financial future

6:50 PM, Oct. 20, 2013
Weininger
Weininger
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On Oct. 8, the state Assembly unanimously passed Assembly Bill 248, the Credit Protection Act for Minors. This proposal is very important for parents to know about, because it can protect the financial futures of our state's children.

This is a straightforward proposal that will allow parents to protect their child's credit score, so they are not burdened with a blemished credit history. Because children will often not need their credit records until they are applying for college or student loans, they make tempting targets for identity thieves. Children are 35 times more likely to have ...

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