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Senate Proceeding on Jun 19th, 2008 :: 2:51:09 to 2:52:52
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Chuck Grassley

2:36:16 to 2:51:09( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Chuck Grassley

Chuck Grassley

2:50:55 to 2:51:09( Edit History Discussion )

Chuck Grassley: is depressing home values. it is important that this excess inventory is moved so that we help retain home values of others that are not in foreclosure or have been foreclosed o. at this point -- foreclosed

Christopher Dodd

2:51:09 to 2:51:20( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: on. at this point, i think its necessary for all of -- it's necessary for all of to us show praise and respect for the efforts of senator isakson from georgia for doggedly pursuing this proposal. now, he

Christopher Dodd

2:51:09 to 2:52:52( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Christopher Dodd

Christopher Dodd

2:51:20 to 2:51:35( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: has a very important and understanding background as a realtor and home builders help us shape the proposal. the bill also increases the cap for mortgage revenue bonds to give people with distressed

Christopher Dodd

2:51:35 to 2:51:48( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: loans additional options for refinancing. now, i want to make it clear that this is not a bailout for homeowners. instead, this is a provision that helps enable people to keep their homes and to

Christopher Dodd

2:51:48 to 2:52:03( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: pay their mortgages. you can thank the leadership of senator smith and kerry for this important provision. chairman baucus has championed the nonitemmizer deduction for part of the real property tax paid.

Christopher Dodd

2:52:03 to 2:52:15( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: it is in this bill. senator kyl wanted assurances that state and local tax authorities would not pocket this new tax benefit with higher property tax assessments. this proposal is designed to ensure

Christopher Dodd

2:52:15 to 2:52:29( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: that property taxpayers, not state and local governments, receive the direct benefit of this deduction. this bill contains a set of reforms to the low-income housing credit. senator cantwell headed

Christopher Dodd

2:52:29 to 2:52:41( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: this effort. a key additional reform benefit benefit -- benefits low and middle-income military personnel who need housing near bases where they are stationed. senator pat roberts, a former marine,

Christopher Dodd

2:52:41 to 2:52:52( Edit History Discussion )

Christopher Dodd: looked out for men and women in uniform. senator roberts needs a thank you for that. with senator roberts' proposal, soldiers and their families in fort riley, kansas, and other bases that have

Max Baucus

2:52:52 to 2:53:10( Edit History Discussion )

Max Baucus: been -- seen recent increases in population will have easier access, then, to low-income housing. this bill liberalizes the ability of the federal home loan banks to provide assistance to colleges and

Max Baucus

2:52:52 to 3:00:46( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Max Baucus

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