"Today I will be stopping all mortgage foreclosure sales in Wayne County beginning with the sale that was scheduled for this Wednesday," Evans said. "I am doing so because it's my opinion that recently enacted federal laws provide protections for homeowners facing foreclosure."
Evans said the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP, approved by Congress last fall requires the Secretary of the Treasury to implement a plan to mitigate foreclosures and to encourage services of mortgagers to modify loans to enable homeowners to stay in their homes.
If he is serious about this, look for the "law" to get involved soon.
A day after her surgery was canceled, Carl Cooper — a retired machine operator — collapsed and died. His donated organs and tissue provided transplants to 50 people, Carol Cooper said, including a teenage boy critically injured in a car accident.
The medical fees for the cornea transplant were waived.
Become an organ donor. You can sign up online at the Michigan Secretary of State website - it's quick and easy. Go do it.