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Cities Can Fight Against Foreclosures

| Blog | February 27, 2014

Cities can join together to help residents with foreclosures The housing market still comprises millions of underwater mortgage-holders facing foreclosures (between 6 and 16 million, depending on who you ask). Many of homeowners are battling against creditors who are trying to foreclose and or evict them. But Cities can Help. The Home Defenders League, is […]

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California Cities and Bankruptcy

| Blog | September 7, 2013

  More California Cities May Go Bankrupt A  federal judge ruled in April that Stockton can seek bankruptcy protection.  Which of the California’s fiscally troubled cities will be next. 10 California cities are facing the kind of serious financial pressure that sent Stockton toward bankruptcy. Despite signs of economic recovery, many cities are reeling from […]

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California Cities and Elected Officials

| Blog | August 12, 2013

California Cities and Elected Officals There are over 400 cities in California.  With a population in excess of thirty-seven-million people the state reflects a diverse and growing population. According to the the 1992 Census of Governments there are 18,699 local elected officials in California Cities. 14, 524 of these local elected officials are inside metropolitan […]

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Election Lawsuits Spreading Across California Cities

| Blog | August 7, 2013

Election Lawsuits are Spreading Across California Cities Under the provisions of the 2002 California Voting Rights Act seven cities.  four in the last two years — have been sued under the 2002 state law. Nine county governments, community colleges and school districts have also been sued and nearly 100 others have switched to districts voluntarily […]