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Sunday June 24th, 2018 6:42PM

AP Business - Consumer News

The Latest: NJ racetrack to take bets within 2 weeks
A New Jersey horse track says it plans to start taking bets within two weeks "unless someone stops us."
2:31PM ( 1 month ago )
The Latest: Analyst projects $57B market for legal betting
A gambling market researcher says the market for legal sports betting could be more than $57 billion nationwide
2:01PM ( 1 month ago )
The Latest: NFL seeks sports gambling guidance from Congress
The NFL plans to ask Congress "to enact a core regulatory framework for legalized sports betting" following the Supreme Court's ruling that would allow sports wagers in most states
1:07PM ( 1 month ago )
Watchdog agency signals less focus on student loan abuses
Watchdog agency will put student loans on the back burner, despite nationwide issues with borrowers struggling to repay their loans, the latest reorganization announced by the Trump administration for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
4:40PM ( 1 month ago )
The Latest: Ex-Obama official wins Dem Ohio governor primary
Obama-era consumer agency head Richard Cordray has won the Democratic nomination for Ohio governor despite a surprisingly rigorous challenge from former U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich
8:31PM ( 1 month ago )
US House nullifies anti-discrimination rule for car loans
The GOP-led House has voted to kill guidance from a consumer protection agency aimed at ensuring lenders don't charge minority consumers more on car loans
6:44PM ( 1 month ago )
House nullifies anti-discrimination rule for car loans
The GOP-led House has voted to kill guidance from a consumer protection agency aimed at ensuring lenders don't charge minority consumers more on car loans
5:14PM ( 1 month ago )
Maple, honey producers not sweet on added sugars label
Pure maple syrup and honey producers aren't sweet on a plan to label their pure natural products as containing added sugars
7:14PM ( 1 month ago )
The Latest: Will Sprint-T-Mobile combo hurt consumers?
Consumer advocacy groups are worried that T-Mobile's bid for Sprint will likely lead to higher cellphone plans, but at least one consultant says the movie shouldn't be seen as a consolidation because the industry is changing.
10:58AM ( 1 month ago )
Restaurants calm customers, say their romaine is safe
Romaine remains on the menu around US as restaurants say they're getting safe lettuce
2:18PM ( 1 month ago )