A new law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown allows the state to keep $331 million that a court had designated for programs to help California homeowners who had been hit with foreclosures by banks accused of abusive practices. The courts could still have a voice in the use of the funds, however. Source: Jerry Brown […]
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