Four Principles to End Housing Bailouts and Eliminate the GSEs
With Introductory Remarks by Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-TX), Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee and Chairman of the House Republican Conference

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AEI scholars Peter J. Wallison, Alex J. Pollock, and Edward Pinto will release a new AEI white paper outlining four principles for reform of US housing policy, the protection of taxpayers, and the prevention of future financial crises caused by housing policy. The white paper describes how the housing finance market can function better without government support, how Congress can balance sustainable programs for assisting low-income families with taxpayer protection, and how the government-sponsored enterprises can be eliminated over time without disrupting the housing market. Please join us for the release of this white paper and a chance to ask questions and participate in general discussion.
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