White House Objects to Parts Of Mortgage-Reform Bill

Rep. Brad Miller (D-N.C.), a principal co-sponsor of the legislation, said he was disappointed that the administration "has not had squat to say about this bill" until so late in the process.

"Now the administration announces a long list of criticisms and demands that are a rote recitation of the worst actors in a crooked business," Miller said. "They have had nothing constructive to say about this process for seven years." Full Story »

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