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Volume 14 - Number 1

January 10, 2014

Groups Rally to Oppose Yet Another Proposed Budget GSE G-Fee Hike

In what has become a familiar ritual, a coalition of nine industry groups dispatched a letter Wednesday to congressional leaders reiterating their opposition to the use of GSE guaranty fees to offset other budget provisions. This time, Congress is considering tapping GSE g-fees as lawmakers look toward an extension of unemployment benefits, which expired on Dec. 31.

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After the November elections, how long will it take for a new Congress and White House to pass GSE reform legislation?

I’m confident a bill will be passed the first year.


2 to 3 years. GSE reform is complicated.


Sadly it won’t happen in a Clinton or Trump first term.


Not in my lifetime.


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