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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

 5:30 PM 

Sheridan says donations did not influence stand on payday loans

Assembly Speaker Mike Sheridan said today donations from payday lenders played no role in his change of position on an interest cap for the industry.

"I took my position in 2008 so, no, that had nothing to do with it," the Janesville Dem said.

The Assembly Democratic Campaign Committee collected $10,500 in donations from the payday loan industry last fall just before and after Sheridan said in a Sept. 9 interview he believed a proposed loan rate cap was too tough, according to a report from the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign.

Sheridan, whose relationship with a payday loan lobbyist came under fire earlier this year, had previously supported a rate cap.

The Assembly approved legislation last month placing new regulation on the industry, but it did not include a rate cap.

"The fact is this is a real tough bill. The industry doesn't like it, so I think we did a heck of a job," Sheridan said following an Assembly Rules meeting.


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