United States Senate Committee On Banking, Housing, And Urban Affairs

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    The Senate Banking Committee this month is expected to mark up the bipartisan bill drafted last month by Chairman Tim Johnson, South Dakota Democrat (left), and the committee's ranking minority member, Sen. Mike Crapo, Idaho Republican (right), The bill would phase out Fannie and Freddie while setting up a new agency to offer a much more limited government guarantee on securities backed by prime mortgages. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)


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    ** FILE ** In this March 7, 2013, file photo, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., pauses while questioning a witness at Senate Banking Committee hearing on anti-money laundering on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)


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    The Senate Banking Committee this month is expected to mark up the bipartisan bill drafted last month by Chairman Tim Johnson, South Dakota Democrat (left), and the committee's ranking minority member, Sen. Mike Crapo, Idaho Republican (right), The bill would phase out Fannie and Freddie while setting up a new agency to offer a much more limited government guarantee on securities backed by prime mortgages. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)


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    The Senate Banking Committee this month is expected to mark up the bipartisan bill drafted last month by Chairman Tim Johnson, South Dakota Democrat (left), and the committee's ranking minority member, Sen. Mike Crapo, Idaho Republican (right), The bill would phase out Fannie and Freddie while setting up a new agency to offer a much more limited government guarantee on securities backed by prime mortgages. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)







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