Forsaking Foreclosures By Dennis J. Kucinich

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By Dennis J. Kucinich
March 2, 2008

We need a plan that is big enough, bold enough and fair enough to deal with the nation’s foreclosure crisis.

For starters, federal aid should be directed toward those communities with the heaviest concentrations of foreclosures and homeowners at risk. Aid should help cover public safety costs imposed by vacant homes. It should help defray budgetary shortfalls for public schools that lose property tax revenue.


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