A state senator who wrote the law on selling structured settlements says he can accept a Fulton judge’s ruling on such a sale, but not the high interest rates.

Sen. Michael S. Meyer von Bremen, D-Albany, criticized the rates, that could hit nearly 20 percent, charged by the settlement buyer in the case last week before Fulton Superior Court Judge Rowland W. Barnes.

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