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Are Banks Doing Too Much to Help Homeowners?

Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan said earlier this week that 50 percent of customers with mortgage modifications are still defaulting on their loans, leading to foreclosure.

It's just the latest in the ongoing debate over loan modifications. So what do you think? Have American banks done more than they should to keep people in their homes.

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