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AIR DATE: April 11, 2012

The federal government has tried a variety of remedies to make sure that homeowners who are underwater would be able to refinance their homes. In Las Vegas, the Home Affordable Refinance Program has struggled because the limits are far outside the big drops in home prices that have happened here - often as much as 50 percent or even more. Now, a new report from ProPublica says that banks are gaming the system. We talk with the reporter who has examined the banks' actions.
 
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    We like happy hour at Table 34 (area of warm springs & 215) I was sick on Easter. Ordered the Rack of Lamb Diner from Outback (though a chain) has a great rack of lamb dinner for just above $20... Lunch at KJs on Spring Mtn good Chinese for you $ There is a Filopino Restaurant on Spring Mtn hard to find because very small. Behind smoke shop east of Jones i believe. Make delicious empanadas can go in & take home. Don't recall the name - something like Gracie's ?
    Sharon Carelli - MemberApr 10, 2012 11:00:45 AM
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