Monday, June 25, 2012

Hope for military members? Maybe

Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., said he will continue to work to pass a bill that would protect military members from losing their homes to banks and other lenders while they are deployed. Rockefeller introduced the bill this week, saying it would broaden the laws that protect service members from losing or foreclosing on their homes while they are deployed or have recently returned from active duty.

"Every day, these brave men and women leave their families, friends and support systems to protect our country," Rockefeller said in a June 25 news release. "The least we can do for these American heroes is to make sure their homes and families are protected while they are away."

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