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FORECLOSURE SETTLEMENT — AG concedes legislators likely to decide where $14.1M goes

Mississippi legislators will be the deciders in how to use a $14.2 million direct payment from a $25 billion national mortgage fraud settlement. Attorney General Jim Hood hopes legislators will allocate the money for such things as housing counseling, mortgage-education efforts and for programs to guide victimized homeowners through the settlement process. He concedes, however, it appears Mississippi lawmakers will ...

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Dissent gets New York AG booted from foreclosure investigative panel

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman just couldn’t play nice with his fellow attorneys general in their quest to settle with America’s largest banks and mortgage companies over flawed foreclosures. Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller kicked Schneiderman off the 13-member executive committee of attorneys general he chairs after the New Yorker raised too many objections about a possible settlement with ...

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Federal regulators have reached an initial settlement with the nation’s largest banks, but the deal will not stop a 50-state coalition of attorneys general from pursuing answers and possible penalties relating to a wave of flawed foreclosures that swept the country last fall, says Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller, leader of the AGs coalition. The settlement does not impose financial ...

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