Alex J. Pollock is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C.
Fannie and Freddie's profits depend on having their obligations backed by the U.S. Treasury. Therefore they should have to pay a sensible price for this backstop — just like big banks.
David Stevens
Politicians and regulators need to get with the times — for the sake of the housing market and its participants.
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