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Obama Vetoes Notary Bill That Could Help Banks Foreclose

Amidst new revelations that many of the nation’s major banks may have improperly processed the foreclosure documents of tens of thousands of homes and / or violated the foreclosure laws of many states, a bill that would have legitimized electronic signatures across state lines failed when President Obama rejected it by a pocket veto.

The bill, which has been through Congress several times in the past five years, was put to rest “out of an abundance of caution, and to ensure that those unintended consequences don’t harm consumers”, according to White House press secretary Robert Gibbs.

Both sides of Congress had supported the bill. But Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt) noted after the President’s rejection that the recent revelations about the validity of signatures of bank officials on foreclosure documents that “Now that concerns have been raised, Congress should re- examine whether this bill might have had an unintended impact on foreclosures.”

Read the full article in BusinessWeek.

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