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Senator Al Franken Targets Abusive Debt Collectors

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One Response to "Senator Al Franken Targets Abusive Debt Collectors"

  1. silentfuryforever says:
    Al´╗┐ you are always thinking of the average man Thank You for keeping me sane on Air America during the Bush debacles

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