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"I am concerned because if this money doesn't end up helping me, in two months I'm going to lose my home," said Anaheim resident Francisco Alcala through a translator.
"I hope Congress does the right thing. I hope that they don't okay it, and I hope they let them sink in their own muck," said Alvivon Hurd from ACORN.
ACORN's chapters in other cities are rallying Tuesday as well. The bil discussed in Congress has not been finalized, so protesters are waiting to see what the final details will be and what kind of help will be available to homeowners.