Scott Reckard

Business writer for the Los Angeles Times

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Bank of America —the new  owner of Countrywide —wants to get out from under charges of lending abuse.

Aid for Borrowers behind on Their Countrywide Payments

Bank of America —the new owner of Countrywide —wants to get out from under charges of lending abuse.

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