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Business, credit advocates continue case against Data Act

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DOVER — In one of the last public hearings as the end of session is on the horizon, representatives of the consumer reporting industry and Delaware’s business groups are still pushing for concessions in the proposed Data Act. The Consumer Data Industry Association (CDIA) Manager of Government Relations Mike Carone argued before the Senate Banking,

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