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|Thursday, June 02, 2011|
An effort by the financial services industry to waive mortgage recording requirements in most foreclosures died in an Oregon House committee.
The Oregon House Judiciary Committee voted to approve Senate Bill 519 without the amendment sought last week.
Read more at the Wall Street Journal.
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