Eyeing mortgage crisis, panel could strike deal on FHA bill

Holzer, Jessica
August 2007
Hill;8/15/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 98, p11
The article reports on a bill to reform the U.S. Federal Housing Administration (FHA), introduced by the Senate Banking Committee, sponsored by Senators Chris Dodd and Mel Martinez. The bill is said to be a response of Congress to the problems in the mortgage market. Senators Chris Dodd and Richard Shelby, the committee chairman, are expected to strike a deal for the bill.


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