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Volume 2014 - Number 42

November 6, 2014

GOP Control of 114th Congress Could Spur Renewed GSE Reform Effort, Support for Government Guaranty Grows

With the Republicans poised to take control of the U.S. Senate and having gained an even greater GOP majority in the House, legislative conversations surrounding housing finance reform should return to Capitol Hill, but few political commentators believe a bill can actually be passed. Control of the Senate swung back to the GOP for the first time since 2006 after the polls closed, as Republicans now enjoy a 52-45-3 majority in the Senate. However, the race in Louisiana between incumbent Democrat Mary Landrieu and Republican challenger, Rep. Bill Cassidy is headed...

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