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September 18, 2012 12:00 AM

In all fairness to consumers, Florida should ban mandatory arbitration clauses

One of our key rights as American citizens is access to the judicial system to redress a wrong. But when consumers sign contracts with binding arbitration clauses, they forfeit that right to enter a courtroom and sue a corporation.

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