The group's remaining state affiliates and field offices will close by April 1, and a plan will be developed to pay its debts, the statement said.
The article says the group "was crippled by scandal six months ago" which led to "Congress halted Housing and Urban Development grants to ACORN."
Do you think this is really the end of ACORN?
Heck no, this isn't the end of them.
Others changing their names include what were among the largest affiliates: California ACORN is now Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment, and New York ACORN has become New York Communities for Change. More are expected to follow suit.
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