Senator Crapo, Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, discusses his recently-introduced bipartisan housing finance reform legislation with various news outlets. The bill winds down mortgage ...
Senator Crapo, Ranking Member of the Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, joins local radio host Mark Richardson to talk about his and Chairman Johnson's recently-introduced housing finance reform bill, along with some of...
Senator Crapo discusses his recently-introduced legislation to wind down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, end the government domination of the housing market and promote the re-entry of private capital into our housing finance system t...
Senator Crapo explains that in order to maintain the 30-year fixed mortgage rate in housing finance reform, a government guarantee must be included in reform. However, the recently-introduced Johnson-Crapo housing finance reform ...
Idaho Senator Mike Crapo joined the Fox Business Network to discuss the Administration's latest major delay of Obamacare.
Washington, D.C. – Idaho Senator Mike Crapo is objecting to a proposed rule recently issued by the U.S. Environme...(More)
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senators Mike Crapo and Jim Risch, along with Representatives Mike Simpson and Raul Labra...(More)
Washington, D.C. – Idaho Senator Mike Crapo joined his Republican colleagues on the Senate Finance Committee to c...(More)
Senator Crapo voted against the Affordable Care Act when it was passed in 2009. Since then, Senator Crapo has been committed to delaying, defunding and repealing this harmful law. This YouTube playlist highlights the Senator's position and the serious economic consequences of Obamacare on Idaho's families and businesses.
Senator Crapo sent his tax reform letter to U.S. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-Montana) and Ranking Member Orrin Hatch (R-Utah). Friday, July 26, 2013, was the deadline to submit proposals for the blank slate tax overhaul that the chairman and ranking member are working toward.
U.S. Senate Banking Committee Chairman Tim Johnson and Ranking Member Crapo announced a bipartisan agreement for housing finance reform on Tuesday, March 11. The agreement moves the United States closer to ending the five-year status quo by winding down mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, protecting taxpayers with strong private capital in the first-loss position, building components for a stable secondary market and avoiding repeating mistakes of the past.
Curious to know what Idahoans are writing to my office about? Here are a few of some of the top issues my office has received recently, as well as my position on the issue.