What do we have here......
CBS 5 News wanted to know what happened so we sent our crew to the source to find out.
"The bill was very simple, this bill was to show people where your note is at," said state Sen. Michele Reagan.
What started out as a half a page homeowner bill ended up anything but. When Reagan sponsored SB 1259, she never anticipated any problems.
"It sailed through the Senate, 28 I believe to 2, which is a good vote," Reagan said.
The next step was the House Banking and Insurance committee, where Reagan expected a similar reaction.
Instead committee chair Nancy McLain moved to strike the bill before it even had a chance to be read.
CBS 5 News wanted to know why.
"Just to be clear, representative, it was solely your decision to not hear the original bill in committee, right?" asked reporter Elizabeth Erwin.
"That is correct, yes," McLain answered.
Oh, and why did it get killed?
"I've got to ask, did lobbyists have anything to do with your decision?" Erwin asked McLain.
"Well, there were people that came and talked to me about it," she responded.
Remember, this viper wants to be a Senator, I hear.
That's right folks, in Arizona actually having a lender prove they own the debt they alleged you're not paying is asking too much, is "false hope", and is a violation of their rights...... to steal your house without proving they have the right to take it first!
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