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In the News 2009 

December 24, 2009 – December 30, 2009, Atlanta Daily World: Zinitha Prince; White House to Boost Loan Modifications.

December 22, 2009, MarketWatch: Ronald D. Orol; Advocates eye new plan for jobless borrowers.

December 13, 2009 National Public Radio, Weekend Edition: Treasury Unleashes Foreclosure ‘SWAT Teams’.

December 8, 2009 CNNMoney.com: Banks Do More on Mortgages.

December 7, 2009, National Mortgage News: Brian Collins; HAMP Servicers Must Report Twice Dailyon Their Progress.

December 7, 2009, American Banker: Cheyenne Hopkins; Creditors Fear New Resolution Process.

December 7, 2009, American Banker: Year in Quotes: The Industry in Its Own Words.

December 6, 2009, The Baltimore Sun: Jim Puzzanghera; Renewed Push to Aid Struggling Homeowners: Companies Urged to Make Modifications Permament.

December 3, 2009, The Chicago Sun Times: Robert Reich; Banks take billions but won’t bother to help homeowners.

December 3, 2009, MarketWatch: Ronald D. Orol; Barr: We are examining ‘tools’ to help unemployed.

December 3, 2009, The Akron Beacon Journal: Editorial: Limits of shame.

December 2, 2009, National Journal’s CongressDaily: Andy Leonatti; Administration Uses Consumer Conference to Push Reform.

December 2, 2009, McClatchy Newspapers: Kevin G. Hall; Treasury pressures mortgage servicers to help homeowners.

December 2, 2009 The Washington Post: Editorial: The mod squads: Treasury unleashes loan-relief ‘SWAT teams.’ Will it help?

December 1, 2009, National Public Radio Morning EditionFinancial Overhaul on Track in House, Lags in Senate.

December 1, 2009, American Banker: Cheyenne Hopkins; Loan Mod Plan Hung Up on Jobs, Paperwork.

December 1, 2009, The Chicago Tribune: Jim Puzzanghera; Mortgage modifications to get push: As Trial loan restructurings linger, administration wants more permanent solutions.

December 1, 2009, American Banker: Joe Adler and Cheyenne Hopkins; Bill Won’t Curb TBTF? Not So Fast.

December 1, 2009, The Detroit Free Press: Todd Spangler; Teams aim to speed mortgage relief.

December 1, 2009, The Los Angeles Times: Jim Puzzanghera and E. Scott Reckard; Foreclosures: New rules serve notice to lenders: Banks and others could face fines for delays in making changes to mortgages permanent.

December 1, 2009, The Modesto Bee: Kevin G. Hall; Feds Pressure Mortgage Servicers in Foreclosure Fight: Treasury to Keep Watch to Ensure Help is Given to Troubled Homeowners.

December 1, 2009; Politico.com: Victoria McGrane; Treasury to ‘SWAT’ big lenders.

December 1, 2009, Sun-Sentinel: Harriet Johnson Brackey; Treasury Presses banks for Mortgage Changes.

December 1, 2009, The Washington Post: Renae Merle; U.S. steps up pressure on lenders to modify more mortgages: Treasury threatens public shame and monetary penalties.

December 2009 Institutional Investor: Losses at Fannie, Freddie May Hit US Books.

November 30, 2009, PBS: The Nightly Business Report. 

November 30, 2009, National Public Radio, All Things Considered: U.S. Warns Lenders on Mortgage Foreclosures.

November 30, 2009, Record Searchlight: Alan Zibel; Government increases pressure on mortgage industry.

November 30, 2009, CNNMoney.com: Tami Luhby; Treasury tightens screws on mortgage firms.

November 23, 2009, The Associated Press: Alan Zibel; Inside the morass of mortgage modification.

November 23, 2009, Crain’s New York Business: Daniel Massey and Aaron Elstein; Who’s Who in DC: If you want to get something done in Washington, your first call should be to one of these power players.

November 17, 2009, The Associated Press: Banks behind in rush to help homeowners; Requests for aid swamp centers.

November 17, 2009, The Tennessean: Federal programs to modify mortgages helps few struggling homeowners.

November 11, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Ruth Simon; Mortgage Program Gathers Steam After Slow Start.

November 11, 2009, Anderson Independent: Housing plan reaches 1 in 5 borrowers.

November 11, 2009, The Associated Press: Just 5 percent of Americans planning to buy house within a year.

November 11, 2009, The Bradenton Herald: Duane Marsteller; Program doesn’t slow local foreclosure filings.

November 11, 2009 The Associated Press: Mortgage-relief program finally in gear, government says.

November 10, 2009, PBS; Nightly Business Report.

November 10, 2009, National Public Radio, All Things Considered: Dodd Unveils Sweeping Financial Overhaul Plan.

November 9, 2009, National Mortgage News: Peter Schroeder; Overall Treasury Assistance Limited for HFAs.

October 30, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Damian Paletta; U.S. Seeks Power to Force Even Strong Banks to Shrink.

October 24, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Ruth Simon; Strapped Borrowers Head to Court.

October 23, 2009, National Journal’s CongressDaily: Juliana Gruenwald; Judiciary Members Skeptical of Resolution Authority Plan.

October 22, 2009, Daily Deal: Bill McConnell; Resolution power hits roadblock.

October 22, 2009, Market Watch: Ronald D. Orol; Treasury wants more power over banks.

October 20, 2009, National Public Radio, Morning Edition: Treasury Unveils Program to Fund Mortgages.

October 20, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Nick Timiraos and Jessica Holzer; More Housing Aid is on the Way.

October 20, 2009, The Associated Press: Alan Zibel; Government unveils local mortgage aid.

October 20, 2009, The Hill: Jared Allen and Silla Brush; Blue Dogs quiet on financial regulatory system overhaul.

October 20, 2009, Politico: Victoria McGrane; Frank gets moderates to relent.

October 16, 2009, The Deal: An eye out for ordinary people.

October 16, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Kara Scannell and Damian Paletta; Regulatory Overhaul Advances as Derivatives Bill Clears Panel.

October 16, 2009, The Wall Street Journal’s Real Time Economics blog: Damian Paletta; Treasury’s Barr Draws Line in the Sand on States’ Authority Over Banks.

October 16, 2009, Bloomberg News: Dawn Kopecki; U.S. Derivatives Bill Bans Dealers From Owning Clearinghouses.

October 16, 2009, Bloomberg News: Shannon D. Harrington and Matthew Leising; OTC Trading Amendment Won’t Cut Risk, May Cost Bank Billions.

October 15, 2009, National Journal’s CongressDaily: Bill Swindell and Jerry Hagstrom; Dems Coalesce Around Tougher Derivatives Provisions.

October 15, 2009, American Banker: Emily Flitter; In Surprise, Frank Seeks Tougher Derivatives Bill.

October 15, 2009, MarketWatch: Ronald D. Orol; Lawmakers OK small bank exemption for agency.

October 15, 2009, MarketWatch: Ronald D. Orol; Obama official defends consumer agency.

October 15, 2009, Bloomberg News: Dawn Kopecki; House Panel Approves Measure Regulating Derivatives (Update 2).

October 15, 2009, Bloomberg News: Dawn Kopecki and Shannon D. Harrington; Treasury Backs Frank’s Derivatives overhaul After Revisions.

October 15, 2009, The Washington Post: Zacharu A. Goldfarb; House Panel to Vote on Derivatives Bill; New Rules Would Lead Regulatory Reform.

October 13, 2009, Reuters: Tom Brown; Foreclosure flood endures in U.S.; Full recovery may take 20 years in some markets.

October 7, 2009, The Hill: Silla Brush; White House pushes for new financial regulations.

October 6, 2009, Politico: Victoria McGrane; Treasury blitzes Hill for regulatory reform.

October 5, 2009, National Mortgage News: Michael Barr; Open Forum: Loan Mods Ramping Up Now.

October 2, 2009, MarketWatch: Ronald D. Orol; Who should pay to unwind ‘too-big-to-fail’ banks?

October 2009, Credit Union Magazine: Mary Dunn; CARD Act, Proposed CFPA Remain Major Concerns.

September 21, 2009: The News Journal: Opinion: We can temper the next mortgage meltdown.

September 18, 2009, Investor’s Business Daily: Brad Kelly; Real Estate Recovery Faces Relapse Risk: Foreclosures Ahead “Another Tsunami” Will Hit Big Rate Resets on Flexible “Option ARM” Mortgages Worry Analysts, Arizona AG.

September 15, 2009, USA TODAY: Stephanie Armour; Homeowners end up worse after help; Many loan modifications leave people with higher payments.

September 14, 2009, National Mortgage News: Brian Collins; Los to Work on Mods?

September 11, 2009, McClatchy Newspapers: Kevin G. Hall; Mortgage Help Patchy; Small Chinks in Lended Wall of Resistance.

September 10, 2009, American Banker: Cheyenne Hopkins; Frank Threatens Again to Pass Bankruptcy Bill.

September 10, 2009, The Wall Street Journal’s Developments blog: Nick Timiraos; Despite Frank’s Threats, Cramdowns Still Long Shot.

September 10, 2009, The Associated Press: Alan Zibel; Obama program for mortgage relief growing; More loans being modified, but criticism remains.

September 10, 2009, The Los Angeles Times: Nathan Olivarez-Giles; Housing; Banks step up changes to loans; A month after being shamed for helping few borrowers, BofA and Wells post increases.

September 10, 2009, Orlando Sentinel: Homeowner aid increases.

September 10, 2009, The Philadelphia Inquirer: Alan J. Heavens; Mortgage –modification program shows improvement.

September 10, 2009, The Record: Kathleen Lynn; N.J. foreclosure risk rose in Aug; Filings climbed 28% over 2008.

September 10, 2009, The San Francisco Chronicle: Carolyn Said; Trial loans, red tape grow; Foreclosure Crisis; BofA, Wells step up efforts in federal aid program.

September 10, 2009, SNL Bank and Thrift Daily: Christina M. Mitchell; Wednesday’s Bank Stocks: Sector rises with market on economic news.

September 10, 2009, The Washington Independent: Mike Lillis; Wop Dems Renew Call for Cramdown.

September 10, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Ruth Simon and Jessica Holzer; Mortgage-Aid Plan Gets Tepid Results.

September 9, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Jessica Holzer; Barney Frank Threatens to Revive Mortgage Bankruptcy Plan.

September 9, 2009, Bloomberg News: Dawn Kopecki; At 47 banks, pace picks up on mortgage adjustments.

September 9, 2009, MarketWatch: Ronald D. Orol; Official says mortgage-aid program is on track.

September 9, 2009, McClatchy Newspapers: Kevin G. Hall; Mortgage service firms still doing little to help homeowners.

September 9, 2009, National Journal’s CongressDaily: Bill Swindell; Dems See New Push on Bankruptcy Bill.

September 9, 2009, CNNMoney.com: Tami Luhby; 12% of eligible borrowers helped by Obama plan.

September 8, 2009, American Banker: Stacy Kaper; Congress Back to Reg Reform as Clock Ticks.

September 8, 2009, The Los Angeles Times: Jim Puzzanghera; Financial Reform; Regulator’s farm roots tangle effort; House and Senate agriculture committees oversee the CFTC. An SEC merger would threaten their turf.

September 7, 2009: washingtonpost.com: Zachary A. Goldfarb and Dina ElBoghdady; Mortgage Market bound by Major U.S. Role; Classes of Borrowers Cannot Find Loans as Publically Backed Debt Mounts.

September 3, 2009, The Cincinnati Enquirer: Alexander Collidge; Key Treasury figure argues for reforms.

September 2, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Nick Timiraos; Confusion Roils HARP Program for Refinancing.

September 2009, Mortgage Servicing News: Brian Collins; Cramdown Push as Mods Sag.

September 2009, Mortgage Servicing News: Brian Collins; Insurance for Mods.

August 31, 2009, CNN.com: Jessica Yellin; Homeowners frustrated by mortgage assistance program.

August 31, 2009, CNN.com: Jessica Yellin; Making Home Affordable Program hasn’t helped enough, some say.

August 24, 2009, American Banker: Emily Flitter; Treasury Takes Hard Line with OTC Derivatives Bill.

August 21, 2009, American Banker: Cheyenne Hopkins; What’s at Stake in the Fight Over Preemption.

August 21, 2009, Inside EERC’s Gas Market Report: Jessica Marron and Bill Holland; Administration’s OTC proposal gives end-users leeway in posting collateral.

August 20, 2009, National Journal’s CongressDaily: Bill Swindell; Nonbanks Take Aim At Regulatory Agency.

August 17, 2009, American Banker: Emily Flitter; Will Banks Be Primary Target of New Agency?

August 17, 2009, Investment News: Sarah Hansard; Treasury unveils bill to reform derivatives on OTC; Legislation aims to limit products’ sales to unsophisticated parties.

August 15, 2009, Home Equity Wire: Brian Collins; Treasury’s Insurance Protects Investors.

August 13 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Sarah N. Lynch; Derivatives Overhaul Seeks to Reduce Risk.

August 12, 2009, American Banker: Emily Flitter; Treasury Outdoes Hill in Crackdown on Derivatives.

August 12, 2009, American Banker: C. Westbrook Murphy; Exam Component of CFPA Ill-Advised.

August 12, 2009, The Bond Buyer: Lynn Hums; Derivatives: Bill Seeks Curbs on Derivatives; Treasury Seeks to Limit OTC Deals.

August 12, 2009, The Deal: Donna Block; White House sends derivatives bill to Congress.

August 12, 2009, Platts Oilgram News: Jessica Marron and Bill Holland; Plan exempts producers from OTC margins.

August 11, 2009, CongressNow: Charlene Carter; Administration Details Plan for More Oversight of Over-the-Counter Derivatives.

August 11, 2009, McClatchy Newspapers: Kevin G. Hall; Treasury proposes new regulation for “derivatives”.

August 10, 2009, The Los Angeles Times: Jim Puzzanghera; Regulation; Rethinking consumer protection; The Fed got flak for the loan crisis. Now a proposed new agency would strip it and others of some powers.

August 10, 2009, National Mortgage News: Brian Collins; Treasury Report: Banks Aren’t Meeting Loan Mod Goals.

August 10, 2009 National Mortgage News: Regulators Seek Relief for Banks.

August 8, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Nick Timiraos; Freddie Turns Profit, but Issues Caution.

August 6, 2009, The Washington Post: Renae Merle and Michael S. Barr; Foreclosure Prevention Program.

August 6, 2009, The Detroit Free Press: Susan Tompor; Lenders’ mortgage help varies greatly.

August 6, 2009, The Washington Post: Renae Merle and Michael S. Barr; Foreclosure Prevention Program.

August 5, 2010, American Banker: Emily Flitter; Shame May Be Only Stick U.S. holds Over Mortgage Servicers.

August 5, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Ruth Simon; Foreclosure Plan is off to a Bumpy Start.

August 5, 2009, The Boston Globe: Jenifer B. McKim; Holders of delinquent loans under fire; US says Bank of America, Wells Fargo lag in easing homeowners’ payments.

August 5, 2009, CFO.com: Sarah Johnson; Treasury Treads Lightly on Rating Reform.

August 5, 2009, The Des Moines Register: Karen Mracek; Few homeowners get modified mortgages.

August 5, 2009, The Grand Rapid Press: Mortgage program aids few; Ten lenders hadn’t changed single mortgage, report shows.

August 5, 2009, USA Today: Stephanie Armour; Home sellers frustrated as short-sale deals collapse.

August 5, 2009, McCaltchy Newspapers: Kevin G. Hall; “Name and Shame”.

August 5, 2009, MSNBC.com: John W. Schoen; Help slow to arrive for homeowners.

August 5, 2009, MarketWatch: Ronald D. Orol; Treasury: Government shouldn’t rate securities.

August 5, 2009, National Journal’s CongressDaily: David Hess; Panel Considers Tough Credit Rating Rules.

August 5, 2009, The New York Post: Paul Tharp; Hall of Shame – Treasury Rips Banks for Not Helping Homeowners.

August 5, 2009, The Associated Press: Alan Zibel; Mortgage program helping few.

August 5, 2009, CongressNow: Charlene Carter; Senate Banking Weighs Options for Changing Role of Credit Agencies.

August 5, 2009, The Plain Dealer: Shaheen Samavati; Nat City lagging in mortgage program; Just 4 homeowners had terms modified.

August 5, 2009, Savannah Morning News: Adam Van Brimmer; Feds’ mortgage help program not helping.

August 5, 2009, The Tennessean: Federal program to modify mortgages helps few struggling homeowners.

August 5, 2009, The Washington Post: Renae Merle; banks Slow to Modify Mortgages; Most Facing Foreclosure Not Getting Help, Treasury Says.

August 4, 2009, PBS: The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.

August 4, 2009, National Public Radio. Morning Edition:  Treasury Issues Mortgage Loan Report.

August 4, 2009, The Wall Street Journal’s Developments blog: Nick Timiraos; Barney Frank Threatens Return of “Cramdown” Legislation.

August 4, 2009, The Associated Press: Alan Zibel; US will pressure loan firms to act; Frustration builds over plan to redo mortgages.

August 4, 2009, National Journal’s CongressDaily: Treasury Finds Homeowner Aid Lagging.

August 4, 2009, The Associated Press: Alan Zibel; U.S. plays shame game to boost mortgage help.

August 4, 2009, CNNMoney.com: Tami Luhby; Obama mortgage rescue: Only 9% getting help.

August 1, 2009, Registered Rep: Halah Touryalai; Michael Barr the Pitch Man.

August 2009, Institutional Investor: Tom Buerkle; Can Finance Be Fixed?

July 29, 2009, USA TODAY: Stephanie Armour; Lenders to step up loan changes; Meeting addresses mortgage program.

July 28, 2009, finance.yahoo.com/: Ruth Simon; U.S. Effort to Modify Mortgages Falters.

July 24, 2009, American Banker: Cheyenne Hopkins; Obama Plan Would give Fed Seat on FDIC Board.

July 23, 2009, MarketWatch: Ronald D. Orol; Obama sends Congress plan to unwind problem banks.

July 23, 2009, The Wall Street Journal’s Real Time Economics blog: Damian Paletta; Treasury Proposes Putting a Fed Official on the FDIC’s Board.

July 23, 2009, MarketWatch: Alistair Barr; Moody’s falls on news Buffett firm sold stock.

July 23, 2009, National Journal’s CongressDaily: Bill Swindell; Frank Downplays Democrats’ Derivatives Differences.

July 22, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Damian Paletta; Doubts Slow Financial Regulation Overhaul on Capitol Hill.

July 22, 2009, American Banker: Stacy Kaper; Frank Gives Allies Shot to Rally for New Consumer Agency.

July 22, 2009, The Bond Buyer: Lynn Hume; Regulation: Treasury Offers Ratings Legislation.

July 22, 2009, Associated Press: Tighter credit ratings sought.

July 22, 2009, CongressNow: Charlene Carter; White House Outlines Plans for Oversight of “Too Big to Fail” Firms.

July 22, 2009, The Deal: Bill McConnell; Treasury steps up pressure for overhaul.

July 22, 2009, The Deal: Donna Block; Ratings-agency clampdown reaches Congress.

July 22, 2009, The Hill: Silla Brush; Frank delays legislation on consumer protection.

July 22, 2009, MarketWatch: Ronald D. Orol Obama sends systemic regulator plan to Congress.

July 22, 2009, Bloomberg News: U.S. Proposes Restrictions on Credit-Rating Companies.

July 21, 2009, The Deal: Bill McConnell; Barney Frank eases back . . . slightly.

July 21, 2009, MarketWatch: Ronald D. Orol; White House targets ratings firms for oversight.

July 20, 2009, Federal Times: Gregg Carlstrom; Details hazy on planned financial regulatory agency.

July 20, 2009, Investment News: Sarah Hansard; Compensation: SEC mandate called too broad; Bill would let it ban commissions, 129b0-1s and cold calling.

July 16, 2009, National Public Radio, Morning Edition: Congress begins to Overhaul Consumer Protections.

July 15, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Jessica Holzer; Republicans Criticize Agency for Consumers,.

July 15, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Meena Thiruvengadam; Treasury to Unveil Hedge-Fund Proposal.

July 15, 2009, The Deal: Donna Block; Treasury submits plan for hedge funds.

July 15, 2009, The Deal: Cecile Kohrs Lindell; Debate simmers on regulatory rehab.

July 15, 2009, Reuters: David Lawder; Obama Bill Seeks to Shine Spotlight on Hedge Funds.

July 15, 2009, MarketWatch: Ronald D. Orol; Obama wants SEC to look at hedge fund books.

July 15, 2009, Politico.com: Victoria McGrane; Consumer groups ready for fight.

July 15, 2009, The Washington Times: Sean Lengell; SEC chief outlines plan to build investor confidence.

July 14, 2009, CongressNow: Charlene Carter; Senate Banking GOP Members Lining Up Against Proposed Consumer Financial Protection Agency.

July 14, 2009, The Hill: Roxana Tiron and Silla Brush; Obama pens threat of veto over additional fighter jets.

July 14, 2009, National Journal’s CongressDaily: Bill Swindell; Dodd, Shelby Split Over Consumer Agency.

July 12, 2009, McClatchy Newspapers: Kevin G. Hall; Obama proposes investor protections in wake of Madoff scandal.

July 10, 2009, MarketWatch: Ronald D. Orol; White House seeks to empower SEC to help investors.

July 9, 2009, American Banker: Stacy Kaper; FTC to Hill: Thanks, But No Thanks.

July 9, 2009, The Washington Times: Sean Lengell; Democrats iffy on new watchdog; Consumer agency proposed.

July 8, 2009, The Deal: Cecile Kohrs Lindell; FTC chief supports new consumer agency.

July 8, 2009, National journal’s CongressDaily: Bill Swindell; Consumer Protection Agency Plan Questioned.

July 7, 2009, American Banker: Cheyenne Hopkins; Arguments for Keeping Thrifts May Be Fading.

July 7, 2009, Tapped: Tim Fernholz; Gearing Up for the Consumer Protection Fights.

July 7, 2009, The Washington Post: Brady Dennis; Industry Takes Aim at Plan to Create Financial Protection Agency.

July 6 2009, The Washington Post: David Cho and Michael D. Shear; Obama Presents Bill to Created Consumer-Finance Watchdog; New Agency’s Broad Scope Draws Stiff Industry Resistance.

July 5, 2009, The Chicago Tribune: Mary Umberger; Morality begins at home, except . . . ; Most people says it’s wrong to purposely renege on mortgage, unless it’s drastically underwater.

July 1, 2009, The Hill: Michael O’Brien; Treasury Dept. defends new consumer protection agency.

July 1, 2009, The Los Angeles Times: Kristina Sherry; Congress gets consumer bill; Obama’s plan would create a financial protection agency and overhaul regulation. But it faces a fight.

July 1, 2009, The New York Times: Edmund L. Andrews; Banks Balk at Agency Meant to Aid Consumers.

June 30, 2009, CongressNow: Charlene Carter; White House Unveils Plans for Consumer Financial Protection Agency.

June 30, 2009, The Deal: Bill McCinnell; Treasury bill tees up debate on consumer agency.

June 30, 2009, McClatchy Newspapers: Kevin G. Hall, Treasury details new consumer agency; banks cry foul.

June 30, 2009, MarketWatch: Ruth Mantell; Obama pushes for more consumer financial safety.

June 30, 2009, National Journal’s Congress Daily: Bill Swindell; Administration Pitches Consumer Protection Overhaul.

June 29, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Jane J. Kim; Plain-Vanilla Financing Could Melt Bank Profits.

June 23, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Sudeep Reddy, A Personal-Finance Workout.

June 22, 2009, Newsweek: Michael Hirsh; The Insurgents: The Secret Battle to Save Capitalism.

June 20, 2009, CNNMoney.com: Jennifer Liberto; Battle lines over Obama consumer agency.

June 17, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Damian Paletta; Obama Stamp is on Finance Rules.

May 30, 2009, The Wall Street Journal: Ellen E. Schultz; Closing the Benefits Loophole.

May 22, 2009, American Banker: Stacy Kaper; Senate Committee Approves Nominees; Market Monitor.

March 31, 2009, The Bond Buyer: Peter Schroeder; Treasury: Garrett Tapped as Asst. Tax Policy Secretary.

March 30, 2009, Michigan Messenger: Chris Killian; U-M professor picked for Treasury post.

 
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