WASHINGTON — The House Financial Services capital markets subcommittee was expected to pass as early as late Tuesday eight bills intended to jump-start reform of the government-sponsored enterprises despite efforts by Democrats to oppose the measures.

Democrats argued the bills were making the mortgage market anxious and said Congress should take time to draft a comprehensive solution for the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

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