Calif. and the Foreclosure Settlement

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This week's mortgage foreclosure settlement with five large banks will inject nearly $26 billion in financial relief to homeowners across the country. The lion's share will come to California, which has been hardest-hit by the mortgage crisis. We explore what the settlement means, and next steps.

Guests:

Phil Angelides, president of Riverview Capital Investments, former chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission and former California state treasurer

Paul Leonard, director of the Center for Responsible Lending

Kevin Stein, associate director of the California Reinvestment Coalition, an organization that advocates for equitable access to financial services for low-income and minority communities

John Gittelsohn, real estate reporter with Bloomberg News

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