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Economy: Recovery / Foreclosure Crisis #999350

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 07, 2011
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The frustration of President Obama and Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben Bernanke over the economy noted; graph shown of job recovery after recessions. [OBAMA – says he is concerned the recovery is not producing jobs quickly.]

(White House: Chip Reid) Obama’s changed message on the economy featured. [OBAMA – notes the effect of concern about a double dip recession.] [May 11, OBAMA – says we’re moving in the right direction.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) Problems with the administration's Home Affordable Modification Program {HAMP} examined; scenes shown from Neighborhood Assistance Corp. of America {NACA} events around the country where borrowers and lenders work on mortgage modification. [Homeowner Donnie HINES††- says the president bailed out the banks and the banks don’t want to bail out the little people.]

Pelley, Scott;
Reid, Chip;
Whitaker, Bill

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