Opponents of a plan to change the foreclosure process in Michigan say it would put more people out of their homes and hurt property values.
They were in Lansing today to protest a package of bills in the state Legislature.
The legislation would shorten the amount of time homeowners have to stop a bank foreclosure from six months to two months.
Ingham County Register of Deeds Curtis Hertel Jr. says banks have wrongly foreclosed on thousands of properties across the state.
He says it often takes months for people to prove they don’t deserve to lose their home.