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Senators Agree to Move Ahead With Stalled Housing Bill

US Politics & Gov't  (tags: USA, Senate, Housing bill, Harry Reid, bankruptcy, foreclosures, houses, communities )

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"The time has come for us to legislate, not continue our bickering," Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-NV. Proposed bill allows bankruptcy judges to reset mortgages on primary residences. Bill would give $4 billion for communities to buy, refurbish...


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Kathleen Hilliker (293)
Tuesday April 1, 2008, 5:29 pm
Something had better be happening in Congress before the country completely falls apart. I can't believe the number of For-Sale signs up just in my neighborhood. I've never seen it this bad....and it's not getting any better!

Darlene K (356)
Wednesday April 2, 2008, 12:54 am
And these houses up for sale..., aren't selling.., that is the worst part of it. Many are trying to sell their houses to avoid losing their homes to foreclosure, but you need buyers. However, the job market and economy really doesn't provoke many people to run out, and finance a new mortgage, especially with nothing being stable.

I am so sick of the BS that goes on in Congress on legislation. I see this all the time..................., and then the Democrats look like the bad guys for holding up the bills. It is insane. If the amendments have nothing to do with the original bill, well why would the Republicans threaten to filibuster..... Then you have the complaining to the Media how all this just bails out the bankers. Oh well, NO ONE cared when they were raping us..., so bail their butts out..., just HELP THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. That should be their MAIN focus. woof. Thank you, Kathy ((hugs))
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