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Congress should reform Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, not kill them

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It’s commonplace in Washington for policymakers to wait until the public has stopped paying attention before making serious decisions. Immediately following the Senate Banking Committee's public consideration of a controversial new housing bill just last week, the committee quickly went quiet. But any day now, the committee is set to vote on Johnson-Crapo, a significant piece of legislation...

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