April Charney

Senior Attorney of the Consumer Unit, Jacksonville Area Legal Aid

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Consumer lawyer; senior attorney in the Consumer Unit of Jacksonville Area Legal Aid in Florida

April Charney on KCRW

In Phoenix, Arizona today, President Obama says it's worth $75 billion to rescue nine million homeowners already in default or “underwater” with loans worth more than their houses.

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In Phoenix, Arizona today, President Obama says it's worth $75 billion to rescue nine million homeowners already in default or “underwater” with loans worth more than their houses.

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In Phoenix, Arizona today, President Obama says it’s worth $75 billion to rescue nine million homeowners already in default or “underwater” with loans worth more than their houses.

Obama to the Rescue for Homeowners

In Phoenix, Arizona today, President Obama says it’s worth $75 billion to rescue nine million homeowners already in default or “underwater” with loans worth more than their houses.

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