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H.R.6076 Home Retention and Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: May 15, 2008 Referred to the House Committee on Financial Services.

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    • Solutions to the Foreclosure Crisis - Center for Responsible Lending - December 11, 2008 by CRL Publications - Home Retention and Economic Stabilization Act (HR 6076) This bill would allow struggling homeowners who meet certain criteria to delay a foreclosure sale by up to nine months, so long as they make reasonable monthly mortgage payment to ...

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      As noted by CRL Publications on December 11, 2008, "Home Retention and Economic Stabilization Act (HR 6076) This bill would allow struggling homeowners who meet certain criteria to delay a foreclosure sale by up to nine months, so long as they make reasonable monthly mortgage payment to ..." (http://www.responsiblelending.org/issues/mortgage/solutions/solutions-to-the-foreclosure-crisis.html)
    • House “Bailout” bill (Emergency Economic Stablization Act of 2008) - September 28, 2008 by Technical-Legal Confluence News - There is an earlier bill, HR 6076, the “Home Retention and Economic Stabilization Act of 2008”, introduced by Doris Matsui (D-CA with 44 cosponsors). The main govtrack reference for that is here. Nothing in the bill yet seems to affect ...

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      As noted by Technical-Legal Confluence News on September 28, 2008, "There is an earlier bill, HR 6076, the “Home Retention and Economic Stabilization Act of 2008”, introduced by Doris Matsui (D-CA with 44 cosponsors). The main govtrack reference for that is here. Nothing in the bill yet seems to affect ..." (http://billboushka.com/wordpress/?p=30)
    • generalized system of preferences: background and renewal debate - September 23, 2008 by Open CRS: Recent Reports - hr 5070 seeks to renew the preference for one year and hr 6076 and its companion bill s. 3904 would renew gsp for two years. s. 191 seeks to extend agoa-type benefits to certain asian and pacific least-developed countries, including an ...

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      As noted by Open CRS: Recent Reports on September 23, 2008, "hr 5070 seeks to renew the preference for one year and hr 6076 and its companion bill s. 3904 would renew gsp for two years. s. 191 seeks to extend agoa-type benefits to certain asian and pacific least-developed countries, including an ..." (http://opencrs.cdt.org/document/RL33663)

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    • Troubled Homeowners Need Breathing Room - May 27, 2008 by Center For American Progress, DC - That’s why the Home Retention and Economic Stabilization Act (HR 6076), introduced by Rep. Doris Matsui (D-CA), is a crucial tool in the package of ...

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      As noted by Center For American Progress, DC on May 27, 2008, "That’s why the Home Retention and Economic Stabilization Act (HR 6076), introduced by Rep. Doris Matsui (D-CA), is a crucial tool in the package of ..." (http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2008/05/homeowners_bill.html)
    • Matsui introduces 'time-out' bill for foreclosures - May 15, 2008 by Bizjournals.com, NC - The bill, HR 6076, also would require a mortgage holder or servicer send a detailed notification letter to homeowners 120 days prior to any mortgage ...

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      As noted by Bizjournals.com, NC on May 15, 2008, "The bill, HR 6076, also would require a mortgage holder or servicer send a detailed notification letter to homeowners 120 days prior to any mortgage ..." (http://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/stories/2008/05/12/daily70.html)
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