WASHINGTON, D.C. — Legislation that would limit the number of days banks can hold checks cashed in the Northern Mariana Islands or American Samoa passed the U.S. House on June 8, according to Gregorio C. “Kilili” Sablan, the NMI’s representative to Congress. House Rule 385, which Sablan cosponsored with Aumua Amata Coleman Radewagen, the American Samoa’s representative to Congress, was added to the Financial Choice Act of 2017.
H.R. 385 amends the Expedited Funds Availability Act . . .
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