Local officials in Daly City, Calif. will review Monday whether to approve legislation that will prohibit new payday lending businesses from opening within 2,000 feet of existing payday lenders.

The proposal, an effort to prevent the businesses from saturating low-income neighborhoods, were driven by concerns from the California-based Youth Leadership Institute, which recommends that the minimum separation between new payday lenders be at least 1,000 feet.

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