LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Opponents of payday advances urged Nebraska lawmakers on Tuesday to reject a bill that could enable payday loan providers to provide bigger loans with a high rates of interest, while loan providers argued against brand new laws they stated would destroy their company. Omaha Sens. Tony Vargas and Lou Ann Linehan sponsored a bill modeled after having a 2010 Colorado legislation that will cap yearly rates of interest at 36.. Read More