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Nevada received $57 million to address housing issues. The money is part of the settlement reached between the nation's five largest banks and 49 state attorneys. But how will the state use that money? Who will have access to it? The state attorney general wants to create a one-stop call center. Is that the best way to utilize the funds?
 
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Michael Joe, Attorney, Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
 
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