ACLU pushes to slow mass foreclosure docket in Florida

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The latest offensives come as Obama and Romney take their respective campaigns to three of the most contested states: Florida, Colorado and Virginia. It also comes as a bitterly divided Congress.

And early this year, the FHFA dropped a $5.95 a month per loan fee to lenders in most states but left it in place in Florida because of the state’s slow foreclosure process. Backlog and bad paperwork

Survey shows homeownership is still the American Dream It’s billed as the American Dream and yet for some it’s been an all-time American nightmare. Still "the home is central to American life" writes the National Association of Homebuilders in its report titled: homeownership works, released earlier this year. Of course the report aims to show how housing is vital not just to homeowners but.

The American Civil Liberties Union and other privacy activists are asking Amazon to stop marketing a powerful facial-recognition tool to police, saying law-enforcement agencies could use the technology to "easily build a system to automate the identification and tracking of anyone." The tool, called Rekognition, is used by at least one agency – the Washington County Sheriff’s Office in.