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Today on the Hill

It's a quiet Friday on the Hill. No votes are scheduled in the House or Senate.

In case you missed last night's congressional headlines, the Senate voted 66-32 to renew the State Children's Health Insurance Program bill, more commonly known as SCHIP and for the second time this week unanimously passed legislation to delay the transition to digital television by four months.

--Sarah Lovenheim

By Washington Post editors  |  January 30, 2009; 6:10 AM ET
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THE PROBLEM WITH HOUSING IS IS TOO MUCH INVENTORY,THE GOVERMENT SHOULD BUY THE FORECLOSURE AND DESTROY THE INVENTORY,SO THE NEW INVENTORY WITH PRIZE AJUSTED THAT PEOPLE CAN BUY START TO RESALE,THIS ACION WILLGIVE WORK FOR THE CONTRACTORS THAT DIMOLISH,THE ONE THAT CREATE BUSENESS,THE BANK THAT FINANCE,

Posted by: MANECOPR2000 | February 1, 2009 9:23 AM | Report abuse

If banks and security vendors have warped the system by placing wrong values on a mortgage. then the government should re-value it. The government has no problem assessing my property for tax purposes. Anyone who wants his property re-valued by the assessor has a process whereby that can be done.

Posted by: llnstoner | February 2, 2009 10:15 AM | Report abuse

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