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Mortgage Crisis Still Not Addressed by Presidential Nominees
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The crisis in housing seems to underlie much of the economic uncertainty plaguing the country.  Mortgage markets and the credit system are still paralyzed as federal authorities puzzle how to deal with waves of foreclosures around the country.

But it isn’t a topic that’s got much attention as yet from the frontrunners vying for their party’s nomination for the presidency.

WNPR’s Harriet Jones has been speaking with one Connecticut professional who sees the effects first hand, to ask what the candidates should be focusing on.