Scott Smith

Stockton Record

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City Hall reporter for the Stockton Record

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The San Joaquin Valley City of Stockton got the very worst of the foreclosure crisis. Ten percent of Stockton's families lost their homes, business declined and tax revenues dried up.

As Reality of Bankruptcy Hits, Stockton Grapples with Hard Decisions

The San Joaquin Valley City of Stockton got the very worst of the foreclosure crisis. Ten percent of Stockton's families lost their homes, business declined and tax revenues dried up.

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