WASHINGTON - A federal judge in Pennsylvania has ruled that fees for tax refund anticipation loans comply with Truth-in-Lending and usury laws.

U.S. District Court Judge Edmund V. Ludwig dismissed charges by two consumers that Mellon Bank of Delaware and H&R Block violated the consumer protection laws when they charged $29 for a refund loan.

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