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When voters cast their ballots for president on Nov. 3, their choices changed the trajectory of Washington, D.C.’s plans to reform the housing finance system and how credit unions will originate future mortgage loans.

President-elect Joe Biden is expected to take a very different approach to housing finance than the Trump Administration.

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