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New York attorney general pushes back on foreclosure settlement

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Attorney general Eric Schneiderman says a multi-state foreclosure settlement doesn't go far enough.

New York's attorney general says he won't buy into a multi-state foreclosure settlement, and is instead pursuing his own case, reports the Democrat and Chronicle

Meanwhile AG Eric Schneiderman also has plans to monitor the regulation surrounding nonprofits, to help make it easier for them to do business (via Nick Reisman, State of Politics).

The legislature failed to pass a bill that would set up a federally mandated health exchange to provide insurance for 2.7 million uninsured New Yorkers, reports Cara Matthews at Gannett.  The deadline is January 1, 2014.

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