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Monthly Archives: July 2016
House Bill 4553, sponsored by Rep. Tosado, is at risk of being shut down before it leaves the Legislature’s Housing Committee. We need you to take action NOW to keep the bill moving! First, call State Rep. Kevin Honan, House … Continue reading
The legislative session is nearing a close, and MAAPL and its allies have been working hard to show the leadership in the Legislature that they need to address the foreclosure crisis before the end of this session. Thanks to the … Continue reading
We must raise the visibility of the massive harm of foreclosures, especially illegal foreclosures! Time for a last-minute push for legislation! This Saturday, July 23rd, legislators will be IN the State House. This is a unique opportunity on a weekend … Continue reading
It’s crunch time for the rights of Massachusetts residents—and our state economy! Foreclosures, which destroy lives (this crisis has taught us WHY the Constitution protects equally: “life, liberty and property”), are skyrocketing again—more than twice what they were a year … Continue reading