State-Level Efforts Seek Accountability for Foreclosure Fraud, Justice for Homeowners

By: Thursday April 12, 2012 9:40 am

Thankfully, most people got the RealtyTrac data on foreclosures in the first quarter of 2012, which showed the lowest amount of filings since the beginning of the recession, mostly right. We had a settlement on foreclosure fraud that just got approved by a federal judge last Friday, after the end of the first quarter. So [...]

Supreme Court Declines Challenge to Healthy SF; Universal Care Program OKd

By: Tuesday June 29, 2010 7:03 am

The best money spent in the Affordable Care Act was the $11 billion dollars put toward expanding and maintaining community health centers across the country. That money will get poured directly into universal care programs for the poor, and possibly lead to some innovations in how we treat people, not just one illness or injury [...]

The Sanders Sweetener: A Universal Care Program For Low-Income Americans?

By: Thursday December 10, 2009 6:00 am

We know about most of the details of the public option “compromise” out there – Ryan Grim has yet another rundown – but a new addition to the compromise could be a step forward for caring for the most vulnerable elements of society. Bernie Sanders has been generally supportive of the new health care compromise, [...]

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