Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are frantically jockeying for favorable positions as Congressional hearings loom over their privileged status as federally chartered corporations.

Washington insiders say the agencies will need a sympathetic audience on June 12, when a House Banking subcommittee is to debate two government reports on the merits of cutting the federal government's ties with the housing finance titans.

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