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Army of Ohio attorneys battle foreclosures pro bono
greg1usa | April 3, 2008 at 11:04 pmby
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COLUMBUS -- Ohio's top government officials announced a new weapon for battling the state's foreclosure crisis on Tuesday and its army is comprised of at least 1,100 Ohio attorneys.
The Save the Dream initiative, a collaborative effort introduced by Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland, Ohio Attorney General Marc Dann and Ohio Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas Moyer, among others, is designed to provide legal representation to homeowners facing foreclosure who cannot afford to hire an attorney.
In remarks made by Dann Tuesday evening to law students from the Moritz College of Law at the Ohio State University and Capital Law School, both located in Columbus, the Attorney General called the initiative "unprecedented."
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