The Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight, which regulates Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, is fighting to get more money for fiscal 2000.

The House and Senate are at odds over a $3.5 million increase for the office. The Housing Enterprise Office's budget is submitted to Congress along with that of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, though Fannie and Freddie, not taxpayers, foot the bill.

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