Prevent Foreclosures and Stabilize the Economy
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Prevent Foreclosures and Stabilize the Economy

    1. Petition by

      Americans for Financial Reform

Over the last thirty years, the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) has helped millions of people and small businesses get loans.

But if CRA had covered even more lenders, we could have avoided such widespread economic collapse.

Now, Congress is considering modernizing and expanding CRA, and they need to hear from you.

Tell your members in Congress how has the economic crisis has impacted YOU, and that CRA should be expanded to prevent future meltdowns.  Have you lost your home, your job, your savings, or your home equity?  Tell your story below!

U.S. House of Representatives
The Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) has helped millions of consumers over the last thirty years but if it was even stronger and covered more lenders, the economic collapse wouldn't have been so drastic or could have been avoided altogether.

Please expand and modernize CRA to cover more lenders to protect communities and borrowers like me.

[Your name]

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    Reasons for signing

    • neil stecker TAMARACK, MN
      • 6 months ago

      THEY (CHASE) took five years of my life telling me I will lose my home and business, at their command! because they wanted the government refund on their losses. Many have become homeless, fortunately I knew of the scam and fought like hell to save it. I am destroyed by the lose of any clients who can afford anything I produce. and any other suggestions about gain another market has little merit!

      THE BANKSTERS have enriched themselves by building balloons, to bust so they get all the 401k's, mortgages new and old, and don't even have to go to jail. Getting to steal from the "Middle Class," the gov. and anyone they could. Thank god ROMENY DIDN'T GET IN!!!


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