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Attorney General Martha Coakley
Attorney General Martha Coakley speaks at a hearing on the mortgage crisis at Roxbury Community College. (Globe Photo / Jodi Hilton) Globe Photo / Jodi Hilton

State toughens rules on mortgages

AG targets high fees, unaffordable loans

By Binyamin Appelbaum
Globe Staff / October 18, 2007

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Massachusetts will impose some of the nation's most stringent regulations on the mortgage industry in an effort to curb practices that have led to record numbers of foreclosures. (Full article: 882 words)

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