Californians continue to receive the bulk of the relief from the $25 billion national mortgage settlement thanks to a side deal its attorney general struck with the nation's three largest home lenders.

On Thursday, the California Attorney General's Office released its own analysis of the national report and it said that the state, which has about 12% of the total U.S. population, has received 41% of the national funds.

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