Proposed California Law Confronts Wells Fargo's Fake-Account Scandal

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A state senator has introduced legislation in the wake of the Wells Fargo fake-accounts scandal that would prohibit mandatory arbitration in cases where a business is accused of fraudulently using customers' personally identifiable information.

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