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|Thursday, July 15, 2010|
Oregon is joining a national class-action lawsuit that accuses Countrywide Financial Corp. of violating securities law by making false statements to investors, including the state's investment fund managers.
The Oregon Public Employees Retirement System lost $29 million in the real estate meltdown after investing in Countrywide home loans.
Read more at StatesmanJournal.com.
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