Lisa Sitkin

Housing and Economic Rights Advocates

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Managing attorney at Housing and Economic Rights Advocates, a statewide, nonprofit legal service and advocacy organization

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On today's To the Point, we heard about the $26 billion mortgage settlement worked out between the Obama Administration, five major banks and 49 of 50 state attorneys general,…

Will Mortgage Settlement Help Struggling SoCal Homeowners?

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