Rep. Mia Love bill passes House of Representatives [UPH Wire]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
04/14/2016
Contact: Richard Piatt
202 225-3011 (office)
Rep. Mia Love bill passes the House of Representatives
H.R. 3791 creates lending opportunities for middle class Americans

WASHINGTON D.C. – *Congresswoman Mia Love* fulfilled an important promise
to her constituents, when the *U.S. House of Representatives* *passed her
bill by a margin of 247-171. * It will expand opportunities for middle and
low income Utahns to receive loans in order to pursue their version of the
American dream.

Charles Knadler, President and CEO of Utah-based EnerBank reacted to the
bill’s passage by saying: “This is a very important achievement for Utah
and the 4th District.”

Mr. Knadler added: “As a longtime President and CEO of a bank that
provides home improvement loans to Utahns, I’m impressed at Rep. Love’s
ability to, in her first term, pass a bill of this substance and importance
for our economy and our community.”

*Rep. Mia Love* said: “This is a very simple bill. It will help Utah
communities get access to the credit they need, and give them a better
chance at obtaining economic freedom.”

In plain terms, H.R. 3791 would strengthen small bank holding companies’
ability to continue lending in their communities, by making it easier for
them to raise capital and issue debt.

On the floor of the House prior to the vote, Rep. Love said: “My bill is
not about supporting banks. It’s about people. This bill is about giving
people the credit they need to pursue their dreams…to get a car, a home, or
start and grow their business.”

Click here to watch her speech on the House floor.

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*Richard Piatt*
Communications Director, Rep. Mia Love
Phone: (202) 226-7776-office | 202-309-3145-cell
217 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
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