Pennsylvania’s long-running fight against the “payday-loan” industry seems to have become something of a cat-and-mouse game.

Last year, media across the state reported that the largest national payday lenders operating in Pennsylvania were on the ropes after the federal government issued new regulations affecting the industry’s relationship with the out-of-state banks that helped the loan companies do business here.

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