A woman could soon be in trouble with the law for paying off debts she says are owed to her former boyfriend.
The new law would require women who owe boyfriends money to pay them back.
A woman might also be subject to a civil penalty of up to $5,000 per month for defaulting on her debts.
If she defaults, the woman could lose her job, her home, her car and her home state.
And she could face up to a year in jail.
The law is being pushed by the National Center for Women & Girls, which is part of the Family Action Council, which advocates for the interests of women.
The legislation was recently reintroduced by Rep. Nancy Pelosi, the top Democrat in the House.
“We need to make sure that we have the right policies in place so that we’re protecting the lives and futures of American women and girls,” Pelosi said in a statement.
“This legislation is a step in the right direction in protecting these vulnerable women and is a necessary step in addressing the massive debt crisis that women across the country face today.”
The law would also require women to file a report with the U.S. Department of Justice detailing their debts.
And the bill would require men to sign a statement saying they won’t file a lawsuit if a woman owes him money.
The bills would also allow women to apply for money-lending help from the Federal Housing Administration and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which would be administered by the Department of Health and Human Services.
But the bills would only apply to women who are 18 and older.
“If a woman is unable to pay her bills, she will be able to file suit in a court of law,” Rep. Rosa DeLauro, a Connecticut Democrat, said in an interview.
“And that’s a major step forward for women and families.”
The House bill is supported by a wide range of advocacy groups and business groups.
The National Center For Women &Girls is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is run by former House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi and has been a major player in the fight against the new law.
“Women are being put into a bind,” said Rep. Gwen Moore, the House majority leader.
“It’s a woman’s life.
If it is not her life, then it’s not hers.
It’s a women’s life and it has to be protected.”
A spokeswoman for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority said the agency is working on a proposal that would address some of the issues raised in the legislation, such as the requirement to file reports with the federal government.
“The FERRA Act is intended to make it easier for individuals and businesses to identify, track, and resolve financial problems and other obligations owed by a person,” said the spokeswoman, Stephanie Glynn.
“By providing this reporting information, it can help businesses, individuals, and households better track the status of a debt and the debt holder’s ability to pay it.”
But it would also provide an avenue for courts to enforce a debtor’s rights, such that if a debt is not paid, the debtor could still have the ability to sue for a garnishment.
If the debtor does not pay, the debt would automatically go into the debtor’s bankruptcy, which the federal bankruptcy code allows a creditor to pursue if it thinks that the debtor has not paid.
In addition to the FERREA Act, the Senate passed legislation in February that would require people who owe a person money to file an annual report detailing their finances.
That bill was also reintroduced in February.