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- Saqib Ali Member, Maryland House of Delegates (D- Dist. 39, Gaithersburg)
- C. William Frick Member, Maryland House of Delegates (Democrat, District 16, Montgomery County)
- Robert Manning Research Professor and Director of the Center for Consumer Financial Services, Rochester Institute of Technology; Author, "Credit Card Nation" (Basic Books)
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