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Watch Out Dodd-Frank

A house spending bill could be the death of Dodd-Frank if it passes in its current form, pushing portions of the Financial CHOICE Act into law. What regulations could be lifted, and how do lawmakers feel about it?

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Secretary Carson Defends HUD Budget Proposal Before Housing Subcommittee

The 2017 Housing Budget appeared in front of the U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Subcommittee Thursday morning and was met with strong words from its members. While defending the proposal, Secretary Carson remained poised, articulate, and open as he fielded questions and concerns. He went on to say that the playbook needed to be changed because, “the pie is only so big.”

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