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Attorney Lisa Bloom sought to line up paydays for women accusing Trump of sexual misconduct: report
Fox News
Bloom also reportedly arranged for a Clinton donor to help Harth pay off the mortgage on her Queens apartment. The amount was less than $30,000, according to a source directly familiar with Harth's situation. Public records show Harth's mortgage was ...
Attorney Lisa Bloom sought compensation for women willing to accuse Trump of sexual misconduct: reportNew York Daily News
Exclusive: Prominent lawyer sought donor cash for two Trump accusersThe Hill
Lisa Bloom's and Jill Harth's statements to The HillThe Hill
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Washington Post

What's in—and Out of—the Final Republican Tax Bill
The Atlantic
Republicans abandoned plans to scrap the deduction for student-loan interest and a waiver for graduate-student tuition after howls of protest from the academic community. Both provisions are unchanged in the final bill. Johnson Amendment. Republicans ...
Here's what's in the final tax bill Republicans plan to send to President Trump next weekUSA TODAY
Republicans, Closing In on Final Tax Bill, Aim for a Vote Next WeekNew York Times
Republicans release their final tax bill ahead of key vote next weekCNN
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CNBC

Trump Says Wells Fargo Fines Will Not Be Reduced
New York Times
WASHINGTON — President Trump warned on Friday that Wells Fargo could face severe penalties for mistreatment of its customers and dismissed reports that the new leadership at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will go easy on banks. The comments ...
Trump says penalties for Wells Fargo mortgage-lending scandal could be 'substantially increased'Markets Insider
Trump: Wells Fargo fines in mortgage cases 'will not be dropped' and could be hikedCNBC
Wells Fargo & Company - WFC - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks Investment Research
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Syracuse.com

House passes Tenney bill to roll back mortgage rules for community ...
Syracuse.com
Rep. Claudia Tenney's bill exempts small banks from escrow requirements. Democrats warn move will lead to riskier loans.

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Los Angeles Times

Thanks to Trump's tax plan, victims of disasters large and small are about to get scrooged
Los Angeles Times
That's only in cases of mass destruction. There's a Democratic theory that California and other deep-blue, high-tax states — like New York — are being gleefully targeted by Republicans who really love ending their federal tax subsidies. I buy that ...

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HuffPost

The Tax Cut And The Fake Trump Boom
HuffPost
The result will be to damp down price pressures on housing in high-cost areas, since the shift makes investment in a house slightly less valuable. The double taxation in denying deduction for state and local taxes paid is a travesty, and it would have ...

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Los Angeles Times

California's vulnerable GOP members watch closely as final tax bill is negotiated
Los Angeles Times
The members also want a compromise on how much mortgage interest taxpayers can deduct. The House bill limits it to the first $500,000 spent on a mortgage, the Senate bill keeps the current $1-million limit. Southern California Republican members ...
How the Final Tax Bill Will Affect Families, Homeowners, Businesses and MoreNew York Times

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WHYY

Carper on tax change process: 'This is not regular order'
WHYY
The legislation, still being finalized, would cut the top tax rate for the wealthiest earners — Trump among them — from 39.6 percent to 37 percent, slash the corporate income tax rate from 35 percent to 21 percent and allow homeowners to deduct ...

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The State (blog)

Greenville mortgage CEO weighs GOP bid for SC governor | The State
The State (blog)
John Warren, chief executive of a Greenville mortgage company, is weighing a bid for the Republican nomination for S.C. governor.

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McClatchy Washington Bureau

US 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage rate slips to 3.93 percent ...
McClatchy Washington Bureau
Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Thursday that the benchmark 30-year home loan rate was down from 3.94 percent last week and 4.16 percent a year ago. The rate on 15-year, fixed-rate mortgages, popular with those refinancing their homes, was unchanged ...

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