NACA urges House members to vote NO on H.R. 985. First, House supporters of H.R. 985 have failed to explain why this bill is necessary. The House Judiciary Committee literally refused to examine the policy considerations, reporting H.R. 985 without even a hearing. Second, the legislation’s extreme proposals would disrupt class action proceedings with onerous and unnecessary requirements, cutting off access to justice for millions of Americans injured by corporations that break the law. Meanwhile, corporations would be free to disregard state and federal protections for consumers and workers without fear of being held accountable.
March 8, 2017
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