A provision in the recently passed Senate lobbying reform bill calls for government-sponsored enterprises to disclose specific information on their lobbying activities -- including salaries and consulting fees -- that some secondary market entities may find annoying.

Officials at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac say they support any new regulations requiring further disclosure. The bill is expected to come up before the House Judiciary Committee by late summer or early fall.

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