President Bush has signed into law a bill that will help homeowners facing foreclosure and shore up Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The White House had initially opposed provisions in the bill that offer $3.9 billion in grants to states and localities to purchase and renovate foreclosed properties. But the president backed off on his veto threat after Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson came out in strong support of the overall bill.
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