The Washington Post Sunday - - TAKING STOCK -

Repub­li­cans openly ac­knowl­edged

said it ex­pects to make that they hadn’t read the bill. a $2.8 bil­lion div­i­dend pay­ment to House Repub­li­cans took a ma­jor the U.S. trea­sury after re­port­ing a step to­ward their goal of un­wind­ing first-quar­ter profit driven by a fi­nan­cial rules cre­ated after the rel­a­tively sta­ble mort­gage mar­ket Great Re­ces­sion, push­ing for­ward and a de­cline in delin­quen­cies. sweep­ing leg­is­la­tion that would Fred­die Mac re­ported a $2.2 bil­lion undo much of President Barack profit, rev­ers­ing a loss in the same Obama’s land­mark bank­ing law. pe­riod of 2016. It will pay that The Se­nate con­firmed Jay Clay­ton, amount to the U.S. trea­sury. a Wall Street lawyer with decades of Tesla’s first-quar­ter loss more than ex­pe­ri­ence help­ing com­pa­nies dou­bled to $330 mil­lion as it weather reg­u­la­tory scru­tiny, to lead ramped up spend­ing ahead of the the Se­cu­ri­ties and Ex­change launch of its Model 3 sedan and its Com­mis­sion. so­lar panel busi­ness.

House Repub­li­cans nar­rowly passed a bill to over­haul the na­tion’s health-care sys­tem, claim­ing a ma­jor vic­tory even as the mea­sure faces an un­cer­tain fate in the Se­nate. The mea­sure pro­ceeded with­out an anal­y­sis from the Con­gres­sional Bud­get Of­fice of its cost and ef­fect on in­sur­ance cov­er­age, and it did so after many

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