Huffington Press article I referenced in class on Tuesday
can be found here. What intrigues me (and scares me) is the scale of the problem. For instance, according to the article " the likely cost of reducing mortgage principal for the three million homeowners" who owe more than their house is worth could "cost as much as $135 billion, according to the internal presentation, dated Feb. 14, obtained by The Huffington Post." That is a lot of money.