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Banks Have Hissy Fit, Cancel Meeting With Attorneys General Due to FHFA Mortgage Litigation

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The five biggest banks cancelled a session today with the state attorneys general. This move was apparently to object to the FHFA lawsuits filed against 17 banks which Dave Dayen penciled out at $60 billion in potential liability.

This hissy fit seems wildly misguided, since the FHFA has not been a party to the foreclosure settlement talks. It isn't even a part of the Executive Branch, so it's a little hard to charge that the Obama Administration is acting in bad faith (which seems to be the subtext).
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OpedNews volunteer from 2005 to 2013.

Amanda Lang was a wonderful member of the Opednews team, and the first volunteer editor, for a good number of years being a senior editor. She passed away summer 2014.

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