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Washington State Attorney General Rob McKennna Discusses The National Mortgage Settlement

Attorney General Rob McKennna discusses the national mortgage settlement.

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2 Responses to "Washington State Attorney General Rob McKennna Discusses The National Mortgage Settlement"

  1. purplemuse48 says:
    Too bad the states (Thanks Scott Walker (WISC), you set a disgusting precedent) can confiscate that money to cover their budget shortfalls… isn’t that offering hope to homeowners then snatching it away… like a thug taking your money because they are bigger and they can. wrong. wrong. wrong. Makes you wonder if that wasn’t the plan all along.
  2. Reqrezentin says:
    You gave in to pressure, do not brag about your “settlement”.

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