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In Major Settlement, States Gang Up to Strike Deal with Soldier-Suing Company

By Paul Kiel / ProPublica A coalition of attorneys general representing 49 states and the District of Columbia announced a settlement today with USA Discounters, requiring it to pay $40 million in penalties and wipe out more than $95 million in debt for its past customers.
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