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Oklahoma Considers Own Accord With Banks on Foreclosures

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, a critic of proposed settlement terms stemming from a 50-state foreclosure investigation, may break off to seek an alternative accord with banks.

Pruitt’s office is conducting its own investigation and may negotiate a separate settlement if state and federal officials leading the nationwide probe reach a deal that forces banks to pay for reductions of loan balances for borrowers.