A Utah National Guard soldier and his wife are suing U.S. Bank, saying the bank denied their request to lower the interest rate on their car loan under the provisions of the federal and state Service Members Civil Relief Act.

"It's not only happening to my family but it's happening to other military families while they're away fighting for their country." -Heather Nehring

Sgt. 1st Class Daniel Nehring, assigned to the Guard's 19th Special Forces Group, was deployed to Iraq one year ago and returned home last month. He and his wife, Heather, had been paying for three years on a loan on their 2003 Ford Expedition with U.S. Bank that has an interest rate of 10.14 percent, according to the lawsuit filed in federal court...
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