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Former HUD Chief Weighs In On Foreclosure Crisis

The Obama administration last week pledged to spend $275 billion in hopes of reducing mortgage interest rates and lowering monthly mortgage payments.

Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Henry Cisneros reacts to the bailout plan and discusses reasons behind current problems faced by the mortgage industry.

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