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6 May 2010 By Agnes Crane

The U.S. has now blown $136.5 billion keeping Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac alive. That puts it on par with Greece s latest bailout. Yet, Washington policymakers continue to dither on what to do with the failed housing giants, ensuring the price tag will be far higher.

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