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While U.S. financial systems are becoming increasingly more accessible, they remain inequitable.
More than 50 countries have implemented national financial inclusion strategies—it’s time for the U.S. to put financial inclusion on its list of economic priorities.
Join the Center and The Aspen Institute by signing a stakeholder letter urging Janet Yellen and the Treasury Department to establish a Presidential Commission to bring together diverse experts across the public and private sectors and to establish a shared vision for an inclusive and sustainable economy.
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