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Volume 14 - Number 18

September 5, 2014

Experts: No Chance of Advancing GSE Reform in Remaining Congress

When lawmakers return from their five-week August recess next week, House and Senate members will face a lengthy agenda with just a short period of time to get it done. Conspicuously absent from the Congressional to-do list is housing finance reform. With approximately 12 scheduled legislative days before the Nov. 4 midterm elections, industry observers note that lawmakers won’t get to some things until they return for the lame duck session, while other bills will fade away as the clock runs out.

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