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Oklahoma goes its own way with mortgage settlement

Published: February 9, 2012

Attorney General Scott Pruitt said the national investigation into mortgage servicing practices by five big lenders shifted from a criminal probe to a plan to “fundamentally restructure the mortgage industry in the United States.”

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