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Secretary of Treasury: A History

Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin has had quite a career before taking on his role in President Trump’s cabinet. Take a look at where he's been, and what could possibly be in his future in this Video Spotlight.

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First Steps to Tax Reform

Five expert witnesses were invited to testify The United States Senate Committee on Finance to help brainstorm ways in which the industry could increase supply, a key challenge to the housing market, as well as find ways to incentivize home starts near schools, public transit, parks, and retail establishments.

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A Helping Hand from HUD

The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced on Wednesday that its continuing its commitment to fighting discrimination in housing by making available grants for qualified organizations. See how much money will be available this year.

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Money to Recovering Cities

When disaster strikes, many individuals first reaction is to make sure everyone is safe, but once the dust settles, it’s time for the city itself to recover. That’s when the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2017 and the Disaster Recovery Program comes in.

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Serving the Underserved

The question of how the government-sponsored enterprises could serve underserved markets, such as very low-income, low-income, and moderate-income families could recently have come that much closer to finding an answer.

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