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Foreclosure bill to affect local homes

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Debbie Minick, of Golden Gate Estates, is going through the process of foreclosure after her first husband passed away in 2009. Minick, a stay-at-home mother, said because the deed wasn't in her name, Wells Fargo bank initially refused to talk with her as she tried to keep up with the mortgage.

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Greg Kahn/Staff Debbie Minick, of Golden Gate Estates, is going through the process of foreclosure after her first husband passed away in 2009. Minick, a stay-at-home mother, said because the deed wasn't in her name, Wells Fargo bank initially refused to talk with her as she tried to keep up with the mortgage.

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Peter Gaddy, president of the Golden Gate Civic Association, stands outside of a vacant home on 31 Street SW in Golden Gate Estates which has been foreclosed on, but isn't on the market yet because of legal issues, on March 2, 2012.
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Debbie Minick, of Golden Gate Estates, is going through the process of foreclosure after her first husband passed away in 2009. Minick, a stay-at-home mother, said because the deed wasn't in her name, Wells Fargo bank initially refused to talk with her as she tried to keep up with the mortgage.

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