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WASHINGTON, DC-A new bill introduced by US Reps. Ed Perlmutter and Mike Coffman might, if it is passed into law, alleviate some of the pressure small banks are experiencing with lending to commercial real estate projects. The bill, HR 5249, Capital Access for Main Street (CAMS), will temporarily allow small banks with under $10 billion in assets to amortize their losses on commercial real estate over a seven-year period.


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