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Transparency: Virginia Commission Makes No Recommendation on Credit Reporting Bill

The Virginia Small Business Commission made no recommendation on Virginia House Bill 2198 this week, leaving the commercial credit reporting bill effectively dead for the remainder of the year. The credit information industry and the National Association of Credit Management (NACM) are opposed to HB 2198 since its introduction in January, and will continue to oppose it as the debate ... Read More »

Transparency at Risk: Commercial Credit Reporting under Attack by Small Business Commission

Virgina, USA:  DEBATE OVER HB 2198 CONTINUES AT RECENT VIRGINIA SMALL BUSINESS COMMISSION MEETING The Virginia Small Business Commission continued its study of House Bill 2198 early September with the meeting of an ad hoc committee specifically formed to study the legislation, which would affect commercial credit reporting in the Commonwealth. NACM was in attendance, providing the committee with a ... Read More »

Small Business: Virginia Small Business Commission Stays on the Sidelines on Credit Reporting Regulations

The Virginia Small Business Commission made no recommendation about whether to support or oppose House Bill 2198, which would affect commercial credit reports in the commonwealth.  It did, however, urge both parties in favor of and against the bill to work together to find common ground to address a perceived problem regarding the rights of the subject of a commercial ... Read More »