WASHINGTON — The Obama administration's massive 2011 budget proposal included a grab bag of financial services issues, including a call to restructure Federal Housing Administration premiums and to adjust a proposed tax on large companies based on how much risk they pose.

But it was also notable for what it did not cover, including an outline for the future of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac or a better sense of its priorities on regulatory reform legislation.

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