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After cautious start, Obama administration recalibrates its approach to foreclosure crisis

October 5, 2012

Nevada's housing market has yet to rebound under a patchwork of shifting federal programs aimed at helping distressed homeowners. The deep wound of the crisis on our economy is clear: The state led the nation in per-capita foreclosures for 62 straight months. That has led some to question whether the Obama administration should have led a more aggressive effort to help homeowners.

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