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Kyle Larson, Credit One Bank honor local veteran with paint scheme

Chip Ganassi Racing’s Kyle Larson, driver of the No. 42 Credit One Bank Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, will race in Sunday’s Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona International Speedway (1 p.m. ET; NBC, MRN, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio) in a unique paint scheme that pays homage to a United States military veteran.

The new design was first revealed last month in historic downtown Mooresville, North Carolina, in front of a large audience of local veterans near the Welcome Home Veterans Living Military Museum at Richard’s Coffee Shop. The coffee shop was founded in 1995 by Richard Warren, a retired U.S. Army combat pilot who toured in Vietnam. The shop, now a living military museum, is dedicated to supporting former and current service members — including the late Richard Warren who dedicated his time and resources to directly serve veterans and their families for the final 14 years of his life.

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Larson’s scheme for the July 7 race – the final event in the NASCAR Salutes initiative – celebrates Independence Day and pays special tribute to Warren with unique logos and decals. Warren’s name will be displayed above the right window, with the Richard’s Coffee Shop 10th Anniversary logo laid out on the decklid. A burst of red, white and gray stars and streaks line the sides.

CRA credit for fighting climate change: One Fed bank's suggestion

As policymakers mull changes to the 42-year-old Community Reinvestment Act, economists at the San Francisco Fed have put forth this novel proposal: Give banks CRA credit for helping low-income communities protect themselves, or rebuild, from severe weather events related to climate change.

Natural disasters often hit low- and moderate-income communities the hardest because they have fewer resources to prepare for and recover from those types of events. The researchers said in a recent paper that banks should be able to earn CRA credit by financing developments that help those communities withstand disasters such as hurricanes and severe floods.

Their proposal comes at a time when policymakers are considering ways to modernize CRA and more and more bankers are starting to think more seriously about what they can do to mitigate the impacts of climate change.

Jesse Keenan, a faculty member at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and co-author of the paper, said that many bankers he has spoken with have been “very supportive” of the researchers’ proposal.

What happens if one bank closes your account but you have 10 others?

Lets say one bank closes your account due to overdraft that hasn't been paid and they report you to the credit bureau that regulates banks which means you can't open another account.

You can be arrested for over drafting and leaving, a bank account.

Most banks don't mess around with this.

If arrested, they will get restitution and court costs, and so will the court.

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