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The computer upgrade designed to make South Dakota's Medicaid billing system more useful and efficient is mired in legal disputes, entangled with a federal bureaucracy and stalled by a recalcitrant vendor.
Learn about this year's finalists and see who won the 2013 MT Award. 2013 MT Awards: 10X Award The 10X Award honors a company, product or technology that's had an exponential impact on mortgage finance.
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Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Rick Weiland has raised nearly $204,000 during the first three months of 2014 for his campaign to win the seat being vacated by retiring Sen. Tim Johnson.
If you are going to pay homage to Johnny Cash on the campaign trail, you could dress in all black, dabble with drugs, and challenge your opponent to a barroom brawl.
Learn about this year's finalists and see who won the 2013 MT Award. Charlie Keating, who died on March 31, epitomized an era today's mortgage lenders would do well to remember as low-yielding portfolio assets tempt them to take bigger risks.
With so many Democrat retirements this year, one might think Republicans on Capitol Hill would seize the offensive in promoting a conservative agenda with the political winds blowing at their back.
South Dakotans are in for quite a ride when it comes to their choice for candidates who are seeking Tim Johnson's U.S. Senate seat.
Tuesday marks the deadline for South Dakota's U.S. Senate candidates to file their quarterly campaign reports with the Federal Election Commission.
NEW YORK --PIMCO, one of the world's largest asset managers, has joined a growing chorus of critics of legislation proposed by Sens. Tim Johnson and Mike Crapo which is widely seen as President Obama's favorite plan to reform the U.S. housing market by winding down Fannie Mae In an essay published over the weekend in Barron's , newly-appointed ... (more)
Ever since the phrase appeared in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet," and its variations have become familiar expressions.
I am writing about all the competitive senate races. These diaries will be updated on Yahoo! as I hear about new material.
April 15, 2014 - NAFCU Vice President of Legislative Affairs Brad Thaler and Director of Regulatory Affairs Mike Coleman took part in another meeting held by White House and administration officials Monday on housing finance reform , particularly on regulatory issues that could arise from the draft Johnson-Crapo reform package.
The Johnson-Crapo housing reform measure is slated for markup April 29, and a report by Moody's Investors Services says the GSE package could help kick-start issuance in the private-label residential mortgage-backed securities.