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Privacy Protection for Customer Financial Information

Privacy Protection for Customer Financial Information

Date: April 16, 2003
Creator: Murphy, M. Maureen
Description: None
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Privacy Protection for Customer Financial Information

Privacy Protection for Customer Financial Information

Date: June 13, 2003
Creator: Murphy, M. Maureen
Description: None
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Privacy Protection for Customer Financial Information

Privacy Protection for Customer Financial Information

Date: February 28, 2003
Creator: Murphy, M. Maureen
Description: None
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Privacy Protection for Customer Financial Information

Privacy Protection for Customer Financial Information

Date: January 31, 2003
Creator: Murphy, M. Maureen
Description: None
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Private Mortgage Insurance: Cancellation Options

Private Mortgage Insurance: Cancellation Options

Date: December 17, 1997
Creator: Foote, Bruce E
Description: None
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Proposal to Allow Treasury to Buy Mortgage-Related Assets to Address Financial Instability

Proposal to Allow Treasury to Buy Mortgage-Related Assets to Address Financial Instability

Date: September 22, 2008
Creator: Murphy, Edward V. & Webel, Baird
Description: Financial markets underwent severe stress during the week of September 15 - 22, 2008. After Lehman Brothers declared bankruptcy and AIG received a bridge loan from the Federal Reserve, policymakers reassessed their case-by-case approach to resolving financial problems. Secretary of the Treasury Paulson announced a plan to allow Treasury to purchase mortgage-related assets from U.S. financial institutions. The announced intent of the plan is to unclog financial markets, increase the health of the banking sector, and reduce ongoing risks to the economy. This report discusses a draft of the proposal as it stood on September 21, 2008, and analyzes frequently asked questions.
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Proposals to Eliminate Public Financing of Presidential Campaigns

Proposals to Eliminate Public Financing of Presidential Campaigns

Date: December 9, 2013
Creator: Garrett, R. S.
Description: This report discusses the Presidential campaign funding and provides a brief policy overview and raises potential issues for congressional consideration.
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Proposals to Eliminate Public Financing of Presidential Campaigns

Proposals to Eliminate Public Financing of Presidential Campaigns

Date: January 8, 2014
Creator: Garrett, R. S.
Description: This report discusses Presidential campaign funding and provides a brief policy overview and raises potential issues for congressional consideration.
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Proposals to Eliminate Public Financing of Presidential Campaigns

Proposals to Eliminate Public Financing of Presidential Campaigns

Date: May 10, 2013
Creator: Garrett, R. S.
Description: This report discusses Presidential campaign funding and provides a brief policy overview and raises potential issues for congressional consideration.
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Proposals to Eliminate Public Financing of Presidential Campaigns

Proposals to Eliminate Public Financing of Presidential Campaigns

Date: March 3, 2015
Creator: Garrett, R. S.
Description: Congress is faced with determining whether it wants public financing of presidential campaigns to continue and, if so, how. Proposals to curtail the presidential public financing program have been a consistent theme in recent Congresses. This report provides a brief policy overview and raises potential issues for congressional consideration.
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