MAX GARDNER | Why Don't AGs Want to Get to the Bottom of the Mortgage Mess?

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MAX GARDNER | Why Don’t AGs Want to Get to the Bottom of the Mortgage Mess?

MAX GARDNER | Why Don’t AGs Want to Get to the Bottom of the Mortgage Mess?

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Gretchen Morgenson’s column in the New York Times yesterday points out a connection we should all be making:  the high-speed, no time to think or do things right mindset of the mortgage industry is to blame for a lot of the problems we’re facing today, and that same mindset seems to be controlling the actions of the Attorneys General right now.  Tom Miller, the Iowa Attorney General leading the talks, told us just last week, “We’re going to move as fast as we can.”

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One Response to “MAX GARDNER | Why Don’t AGs Want to Get to the Bottom of the Mortgage Mess?”

  1. Kevin says:

    Where are all the attorney’s ad homeowners in Nevada who are fighting back with any success?

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