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Secretary Shaun Donovan at the Department of Justice,  [where he joined Attorney General Eric Holder, Jr. at a press conference announcing the] mortgage servicers settlement: [a $25 billion agreement, reached by HUD, Justice, and 49 state attorneys general with the nation's five largest mortgage servicers. Among the other officials on hand were the Attorney General of Iowa, Tom Miller;  HUD Inspector General David Montoya;  Attorney General of Colorado, John Suthers;  and Associate U.S. Attorney General, Tom Perrelli.]

Secretary Shaun Donovan at the Department of Justice, [where he joined Attorney General Eric Holder, Jr. at a press conference announcing the] mortgage servicers settlement: [a $25 billion agreement, reached by HUD, Justice, and 49 state attorneys general with the nation's five largest mortgage servicers. Among the other officials on hand were the Attorney General of Iowa, Tom Miller; HUD Inspector General David Montoya; Attorney General of Colorado, John Suthers; and Associate U.S. Attorney General, Tom Perrelli.]

 
 
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Secretary Shaun Donovan at the Department of Justice, [where he joined Attorney General Eric Holder, Jr. at a press conference announcing the] mortgage servicers settlement: [a $25 billion agreement, reached by HUD, Justice, and 49 state attorneys general with the nation's five largest mortgage servicers. Among the other officials on hand were the Attorney General of Iowa, Tom Miller; HUD Inspector General David Montoya; Attorney General of Colorado, John Suthers; and Associate U.S. Attorney General, Tom Perrelli.]

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