WASHINGTON — The absence of banking issues from the State of the Union speech was logical two years after the crisis, but lawmakers were disappointed that President Obama was silent on areas still in turmoil.
Chief among those are the persistent foreclosure crisis and the future of the government-sponsored enterprises, which got zero attention in the speech.
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