FEMA is spending millions each month for so-called advisors whose job is supposed to be keeping up with Katrina evacuees. Those evacuees, numbering over 4,000, are still living in what... Read more
Nobody seems to know at this stage how the $815 billion corporate bailout will actually work. Thus far, the indications are that it may not slow down the already deepening recession. The jur... Read more
Anderson-Fischer Apartments, a new, wheelchair accessible, affordable apartment community in Mobile is in the final stages of construction and will soon provide nineteen wheelchair accessibl... Read more
The former Bear Stearns Co., absorbed by J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. following its Bear Stearns’ near-collapse this year, has agreed to pay $28 million to redress consumers who were harmed b... Read more
As we all know, Congress adjourned for the summer recess on July 31st. Even its critics must concede that the final weeks before recess were busy ones. Passage of the consumer law mentioned... Read more
It was most interesting that President Bush quietly signed the housing bill into law with absolutely no fanfare. In fact, it was done in a private setting with nobody there. Economists, cons... Read more
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