We end our economic history of bankruptcy with the 2005 passage of BAPCPA, but (of course) the evolution of bankruptcy continues. Personal bankruptcy rates declined by 50 percent in the median state after BAPCPA, as shown in figure 7.1. Even during the Great Recession, rates remained lower than they had been just before BAPCPA in all but the highest-rate states....
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