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Clinton promises to hold Wells Fargo accountable; Puts Forth Anti-Mandatory-Arb Proposal

``Ahead of Clinton's speech, her campaign released a plan to help consumers to sue corporations in court instead of being forced to take disputes to private arbitration. Mandatory arbitration clauses make class action suits difficult or impossible to bring. Clinton said the Wells Fargo (WFC.N) case shed light on how such agreements harm consumers.'' -- Point, Clinton...
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