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Even though the Bush Administration said it would not nationalize banks at the height of the financial crisis, the government has stumbled into owning much of the national mortgage market. That's the finding of a ProPublica investigation. And it has implications for fragile real estate markets like Las Vegas.
 
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Jesse Eisinger, Reporter, ProPublica

 

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