Birmingham City Council extends temporary halt, but delays long-term controls on payday...
An existing moratorium on new payday lending and title pawn businesses in Birmingham continues for another six months, but proposed tough long-term zoning restrictions were delayed by the City Council today.
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#1 Dec 11, 2013
The leaders of birmingham always say they need more power to make their own decisions but when a local matter like this comes up leaders like council member Abbott says its something for montgomery to decide.
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