Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has signed into law the prohibition of pension advances to public employees.

As a result, Missouri became the first state to prohibit pension advances to public employees, though other states are beginning to move in a similar direction.

In April, Vermont passed a law requiring pension advance companies be licensed by the state and ordered them to comply with the interest-rate limits placed on other regulated lenders.

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