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Military families have no better ally than Tom Perez

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In 2005, Sergeant James Hurley was in Iraq when Saxon Mortgage Services, a subsidiary of Morgan Stanley, foreclosed on his home. Sergeant Hurley had a wife, two kids, and plenty to worry about in central Iraq. Saxon Mortgages didn’t care. But Tom Perez did.

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This article was originally published in MSNBC.

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