Report says taxpayers paid for Fannie Mae golf outing


GRAPEVINE, Texas (AP) - Taxpayers paid $6,279.26 for a golf outing that included at least 14 executives from the troubled mortgage giant Fannie Mae, according to a television report.
The Sept. 29 event came just 22 days after the government bailed out Fannie Mae.
A spokeswoman for Fannie Mae says the golf outing was part of a customer advisory board meeting that had been scheduled in January and all activities such

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