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$300 Million Meant To Help Florida Homeowners In Limbo

In this in-depth investigation of a $25 billion national settlement between five of the United States' largest banks and forty-nine states and the District of Columbia, ProPublica uncovers that the state of Florida was keeping $300 million meant to help needy homeowners on the brink of foreclosure.
ProPublica's investigation uncovers that Florida's attorney general had not revealed plans for a large portion of the settlement money. Out of the total settlement, $378 million is still up in the air- most of that money belonging to the state of Florida. 

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