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Bottom Line: Foreclosure Ride Along

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Bottom Line: Foreclosure Ride Along

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Bottom Line: Foreclosure Ride Along

Bottom Line: Foreclosure Ride Along

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Some of the worst foreclosure rates in the nation can be found in the California cities of Stockton, Riverside, Bakersfield and Sacramento. With thousands of foreclosures, come vacant homes. KQED's Tamara Keith rides along with a Sacramento County Code Enforcement Officer and finds out what types of problems these vacancies cause.

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