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February 19, 2014 4:10 PM

Dan Walters: Homes were saved, but now tax bills are due

Two years ago, Attorney General Kamala Harris trumpeted a landmark deal with the nation’s three largest housing lenders, which agreed to give beleaguered California homeowners $12 billion in relief from their underwater mortgages. There is, however, a darker side to the situation.

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