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A special inspector general says the Administration's program to help homeowners avoid foreclosure has not come close to meeting its goals, a key problem, he says, is the absence of clear goals. NPR’s Paul Brown is with us.



Paul, what emerged from The Senate Finance Committee hearing on this quarterly report regarding the program?



That the program is not helping nearly enough homeowners who are facing foreclosure. Neil Borofsky is the Special Inspector General for the program and he tells Congress there is a simple reason the program isn't working as well as it should that the Department of the Treasury has not said how many people it expects to help with permanent mortgage modification and how. Borofsky says the Treasury has ignored repeated recommendations that had come up with specific benchmarks. And Borofsky says the Treasury Department’s statements that the program is succeeding are not credible.



Paul, what’s The Treasury Department saying about all these?



Basically that the criticisms are overstated, and Assistant Treasury Secretary speaking with the NY Times says that more than a million people have been helped, but one figure corrective was presented at the hearing was about a third of that.

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A Special Inspector General says the Administration’s programme to help homeowners avoid foreclosure has not come close to meeting it’s goals , a key problem he says it’s the absence of  clear goals , NPR’s Paul Brown is with us

Paul what emerged from The Senate Finance Committee hearing on this \ report regarding the programme

That the programme is not helping nearly enough homeowners, who are facing foreclosure , Neil Bojarski is a Special Inspector General for the programme and he tells congress there is a simple reason the programme isn’t with working as well as it should that the Department of the Treasury has not said how many people it is expects to help with permanently mortgage modification and how, Bojarski says Treasury has ignored repeatedly recommendation that it comes up with specific benchmarks ,and Bojarski says the Treasury Department Statements that the programme is succeeding are not credible

Paul ,what’s The Treasury Department saying about all this

Basically that the criticisms are overstated ,and Assistant Treasury secretary Speaking with the NY Times says that more than a million people have been helped , but one figure credited was presented that the hearing was about a third of that
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A special inspector general says the administration’s program to help homeowners avoid for closure has not come close to meeting its goals. A key problem he says is the absence of clear goals. NPR’s Paul Brown has witnessed the problem what emerge from a senate finance committee hearing on this quarterly reported regarding program.

That the program is not helping nearly enough homeowners who are facing for closure, Nill Brasky is a special inspector general for the program and he tells congress there is a simple reason the program is in wait working as well as it should that the department of the treasury has not said how many people it expects to help is permanent mortgage modifications in hell. Brasky says the treasury has ignored repeatedly recommendations that had come up with the specific benchmarks. And Barasky says the treasury department’s statements that the program is succeeding or not credible.

Paul, what’s the treasury department saying all about this?

Basically that the criticisms are overstated, an assistant treasury secretary speaking with the New York Time says that more than a million people have been helped, but one figure crag was presented at the hearing was about a third of that.

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A special inspector general says the administration's program to help homeowners avoid foreclosure has not come close to meeting its goals. A key problems he says is the absence of clear goals. NPR's Paul Brown is with us for what emerged from the senate finance committee hearing on this quarterly report regarding the program.
That the program is not helping nearly enough home-owners who are facing foreclosure. Neil B is the special inspector general for the program and he tells congress there is simple reason the program isn't working as well as it should that the department of the treasury has not said how many people it expects to help with permanently mortgage modification and how B says Treasury has ignored repeated recommendations that come up with specific benchmarks and B says the treasury department statements that the program is succeeding are not credible.
Paul, what's the treasury department saying about all this?
Basically the criticisms are overstated and assistant treasury secretary speaking with the NewYork times says that more than a million people has been helped. But one figure credited was presented that the hearing was about a third of that.        
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A special inspector general said the administration's program to help home owners avoid foreclosures has not come close to meeting its goals. A key problem, he says is the absence of clear goals.

MP Paul Brown is with us talk. What emerges from a senate finance committee hearing on this quarterly report regarding the program?

That the program is not helping nearly enough home owners who are facing foreclosures . Neil Barofsky is the special inspector general for the program and he tells Congress there is simple reason that the program isn't working as well as it should that the Department of the Treasury has not said how many people it expects to help with permanent mortgage mortification in hell. Barofsky says the Treasury has ignore repeatedly recommendations that it comes up with specific benchmarks. And Barofsky says the Treasury Department's statement that the program is succeeding are not credible.

Paul, what the Treasury Department is saying about all this.


Basically that the criticism is overstated and Assistant Treasury Secretary speaking with the New York Times says that more than a million people have been helped. But one figure Criag is presented at the hearing was about a third of that.

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A Special Inspector General says the Administration’s programme to help homeowners avoid foreclosure has not come close to meet in its goals , a key problem he says it’s the absence of  clear goals , NPR’s Paul Brown is with us

Paul what emerged from The Senate Finance Committee hearing on this courtly report regarding the programme

That the programme is not helping nearly enough homeowners, who are facing foreclosure , Neil Bojarski is the Special Inspector General for the programme and he tells congress there is a simple reason the programme isn’t with working as well as it should that the Department of the Treasury has not said how many people it is expected to help with permanently mortgage modification and how, Bojarski says the Treasury has ignored repeated recommendation that it comes up with specific benchmarks ,and Bojarski says the Treasury Department Statements that the programme is succeeding are not credible

Paul ,what’s The Treasury Department saying about all these

Basically that the criticisms are overstated ,and Assistant Treasury secretary Speaking with the NY Times says that more than a million people have been helped , but one figure credited was presented that the hearing was about a third of that

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A Special Inspector General says the Administration's programme to help homeowners avoid foreclosure has not come close to meeting its goals, a key problem, he says, it’s the absence of  clear goals, NPR’s Paul Brown is with us.

Paul, what emerged from The Senate Finance Committee hearing on this quarterly report regarding the programme?

That the programme is not helping nearly enough homeowners, who are facing foreclosure. Neil Borofsky is the Special Inspector General for the programme and he tells Congress there is a simple reason the programme isn't (with) working as well as it should that the Department of the Treasury has not said how many people it expects to help with permanently mortgage modification and how; Borofsky says the Treasury has ignored repeated recommendations that it come up with specific benchmarks. And Borofsky says the Treasury Department Statements that the programme is succeeding are not credible.

Paul, what’s The Treasury Department saying about all these?

Basically that the criticisms are overstated, and Assistant Treasury Secretary speaking with the NY Times says that more than a million people have been helped, but one figure correct that was presented at the hearing was about a third of that.
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A special inspector general says the Administration's programme to help homeowners avoid foreclosure has not come close to meeting its goals, a key problem, he says, is the absence of  clear goals. NPR’s Paul Brown is with us.

Paul, what emerged from The Senate Finance Committee hearing on this quarterly report regarding the programme?

That the programme is not helping nearly enough homeowners, who are facing foreclosure. Neil Borofsky is the Special Inspector General for the programme and he tells Congress there is a simple reason the programme isn't (with) working as well as it should that the Department of the Treasury has not said how many people it expects to help with permanently mortgage modification and how; Borofsky says the Treasury has ignored repeated recommendations that it come up with specific benchmarks. And Borofsky says the Treasury Department Statements that the programme is succeeding are not credible.

Paul, what’s The Treasury Department saying about all these?

Basically that the criticisms are overstated, and Assistant Treasury Secretary speaking with the NY Times says that more than a million people have been helped, but one figure correct(?) that was presented at the hearing was about a third of that.
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[Homework]2010-07-23 NPR Audio News

A Special Inspector General says the Administration’s programme to help homeowners avoid foreclosure has not come close to meeting its goals.A key problem he says is the absence of clear goals,NPR’s Paul Brown has witnessed the problem what emerge from a senate finance committee hearing on this quarterly reported regarding program.
That the program is not helping nearly enough homeowner who are facing for closure,Nill Brasky is a special inspector general for the program and he tells congress there is a simple reason the program is in wait working as well as it should that the department of the treasury has not said how many people it expects to help is permanent mortgage modifications in hell. Brasky says the treasury has ignored repeatedly recommendations that had come up with the specific benchmarks.And Barasky says the treasury department’s statements that the program is succeeding or not credible
Paul,what's the  treasury department saying all about this?

Basically that the criticisms are overstated, an assistant treasury secretary speaking with the New York Time says that more than a million people have been helped, but one figure * was presented at the hearing was about a third of that.


This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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A Special Inspector General says the administration's program to help home owners avoid for closure has not come closed to meeting its goals.A key problem he says is the absence of clear goals.NPR's Paul Brown is with us.

Paul, what emerged from the Senate finance committee hearing on this quarterly reported regarding program?

That program is not helping nealy enough home owners who are facing for closure.Neil Barofsky is the Special Inspector General for the program and he tells Congress a simple reason that the program is working as well as it should.But the Department of Treasury has not said how many people is expected to help with permanent mortage modifications and how.Barofsky says a treasury has ignored repeated recommendations that come up with specific benchmarks.And Barofsky says the Treasury Department statements that the program is succeeding are not credible.

Paul, what't the Treasury Department saying all about these?

Basically, the criticisms are over-stated.An Assistant Treasury Secretary speaking with the New York Time says that more than a million people have been helped.But one figure credited presented at the hearing was about a third of that.
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A special inspector general says the Administration's program to help homeowners avoid foreclosure has not come close to meeting its goals, a key problem, he says, is the absence of  clear goals. NPR’s Paul Brown is with us.

Paul, what emerged from The Senate Finance Committee hearing on this quarterly report regarding the program?

That the program is not helping nearly enough homeowners, who are facing foreclosure. Neil Borofsky is the Special Inspector General for the program and he tells Congress there is a simple reason the program isn't  / working as well as it should that the Department of the Treasury has not said how many people it expects to help with permanently mortgage modifications and how; Borofsky says the Treasury has ignored repeatedly recommendations that it comes up with specific benchmarks. And Borofsky says the Treasury Department Statements that the program is succeeding are not credible.

Paul, what’s The Treasury Department saying about all of these?

Basically that the criticisms are overstated, and Assistant Treasury Secretary speaking with the Now York Times says that more than a million people have been helped, but one figure correct(?) that was presented at the hearing was about a third of that.
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[Homework]2010-07-23 NPR Audio News

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A Special Inspector General says the Administration’s programme to help homeowners avoid for closure has not come close to meeting it’s goals , a key problem he says it’s the absence of  clear goals .
NPR’s Paul Brown is with us what is emerged from The Senate Finance Committee hearing on this  cording report regarding the programme .
That the programme is not helping newly enough homeowners, who are facing for closure ,newly brothes Neil Bojarski is a Special Inspector General for the programme and he tells congress there is a simple reason the programme isn’t with working as well as it should that the Department of the Treasury has not said how many people it is expects to help with permanently mortgage modification and how, Borarski says Treasury has ignored repeatedly recommendation that it comes up with specific benchmarks ,and Borarski says the Treasury Department Statements that the programme is succeeding are not credible .

Paul ,what’s The treasury department saying about all this ?

Basically that the criticisms are overstated ,and Assistant Treasury secretary Speaking with the NewYork Times says that more than a million people have been helped , but one figure credited was presented that the hearing was about a third of that.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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A Special Inspector General says the Administration program to help homeowners avoid foreclosure has not come close to meeting its goals. A key problem he says is the absence of  clear goals. NPR’s P.B. is with us.

What emerged from The Senate Finance Committee Hearing on this quarterly report regarding the program.

That the program is not helping nearly enough homeowners who are facing foreclosure. N.B. is the Special Inspector General for the program and he tells congress there is a simple reason the program isn’t X working as well as it should, that the Department of the Treasury has not said how many people is expected to help with permanent mortgage modification and how. B. says Treasury has ignored repeatedly recommendation that comes up with specific X, and B. says the Treasury Department Statements that the program is succeeding are not credible

Paul, what’s The Treasury Department saying about all this?

Basically that the criticisms are overstated, and Assistant Treasury Secretary speaking with the ‘NY Times’ says that more than a million people have been helped, but one figure credited was presented that the hearing was about a third of that.
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A specular expecter general says the administration’s program to help home owners avoid of closure has not came close to meeting its goal. The key problem he says is the absence of clear goal. NPR’s Paul Brown with …what immerge form the Senate Finance Committee Hearing on this quantitative regarding program.

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A special inspector general says the Administration's programme to help homeowners avoid foreclosure has not come close to meeting its goals, a key problem, he says, is the absence of  clear goals. NPR’s Paul Brown is with us.

Paul, what emerged from The Senate Finance Committee hearing on this quarterly report regarding the programme?

That the programme is not helping nearly enough homeowners, who are facing foreclosure. Neil Borofsky is the Special Inspector General for the programme and he tells Congress there is a simple reason the programme isn't (with) working as well as it should that the Department of the Treasury has not said how many people it expects to help with permanently mortgage modification and how; Borofsky says the Treasury has ignored repeated recommendations that it come up with specific benchmarks. And Borofsky says the Treasury Department Statements that the programme is succeeding are not credible.

Paul, what’s The Treasury Department saying about all these?

Basically that the criticisms are overstated, and Assistant Treasury Secretary speaking with the NY Times says that more than a million people have been helped, but one figure corrective that was presented at the hearing was about a third of that.
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