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Two Birds, One Stone: Tax Reform and Infrastructure

Sarah Kline / Blog May 24, 2017

We explain the ways in which tax reform legislation could positively affect America’s infrastructure.

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BPC discussion: Fannie, Freddie reform can happen but one step at a time

Housing / News July 16, 2015

Reform of the GSEs and housing finance may come, but it’s more likely to come in small bites rather than the big prix fixe Johnson-Crapo or the PATH Act.

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Representatives Neugebauer and Delaney to Discuss Housing Finance Reform at BPC

Housing / Press Release July 8, 2015

BPC will host a discussion on reforming our nation’s housing finance system with Representatives Randy Neugebauer and John Delaney.

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Housing Finance Reform: A Status Report

Housing / July 16, 2015 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. ET

As we approach the seventh anniversary of the conservatorships of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, what will it take for Congress to enact housing finance reform legislation?

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Years After Crisis, Housing Finance System Still in Need of Reform

Henry Cisneros, Mel Martinez / Blog April 9, 2015

A new report offers a sobering reminder that our nation’s housing finance system continues to operate on an unsustainable foundation.

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How you would fix Social Security: Sooner rather than later

Economy / News October 29, 2014

One thing was clear from the first month’s responses to our question about how to fix Social Security: Readers want something to get done. Only 2 percent of responses were in favor of “doing nothing,” which would mean that after…

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Bipartisan Bill Introduced to Create Social Security Commission

Shai Akabas, Brian Collins / Blog June 2, 2014

Last week, Reps. Tom Cole (R-OK) and John K. Delaney (D-MD) introduced a bill that would create a bicameral, bipartisan commission tasked with producing recommendations to improve the long-term solvency of Social Security.

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