Struggling homeowners stiffed by Florida Legislature

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Struggling homeowners stiffed by Florida Legislature

Struggling homeowners stiffed by Florida Legislature

Pure scum.


Bradenton Herald Editorial-

Florida’s Legislature is once again planning to violate the public trust by raiding the trust fund established to create more affordable housing, diverting $200 million to such priorities as teacher pay raises and health care. At the same time, lawmakers plan to spend $200 million from the state’s share of a national mortgage settlement over bank foreclosure and mortgage abuses on things other than aid to struggling homeowners — its intended purpose.

Still, both legislative chambers earmark some money for affordable housing with developers benefiting handsomely. The Senate proposes $65 million to developers of low-income housing projects while the House plans $50 million to affordable housing developers along with $35 million for Habitat for Humanity.

[BRADENTON HERALD]

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One Response to “Struggling homeowners stiffed by Florida Legislature”

  1. JohnR says:

    A follower on my Facebook page recommends this… I have no idea of it’s legitimacy… thought you might.

    http://www.constitution.org/brief/forsythe_42-1983.html

    or Google USC 1983

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