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Some of the protesters were members of the
Corporate tax loopholes in
As the largest bank in the state,
Many of the foreclosed homes in
“I know many, too many people, who are in foreclosure,” Moore said. “I know one young lady with two children who has tried several creative ways to keep her home. She works everyday, but she can’t get in front of it.”
Moore said she has a
Moore said she is also protesting because she discovered it is legal for the bank to fluctuate her escrow payments at will, and often the escrow payments are higher than what she owes. Moore said she knows several people who have found errors in their escrow payments.
More than 500
“Now we have to pay for their employee benefits?” Robinson said. “What about my own benefits?
It is unfathomable for ordinary people to understand how much they are getting ripped off, said state Sen.
About 45 minutes into the protest, Police Sgt.
Protesters are organizing in front of
A group called US Uncut organized the rallies. US Uncut is the domestic counterpart of UK Uncut, a group that protests government cuts while protecting corporations in
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