The Wall Street Journal has a story out by Nick Timiraos regarding the House's pending vote on an over-ride of the Dodd-Frank Digital Robo-Signing Act:
"House to Consider Override of Notary-Bill Veto"
House lawmakers are scheduled to consider Wednesday a motion to override President Barack Obama's veto last month of a bill that critics claimed could make it harder for homeowners to stop flawed foreclosures.
The vetoed bill, sponsored by Rep. Robert Aderholt (R., Ala.), would require notarizations of mortgages and other documents, including those done electronically, that are done in one U.S. state to be accepted by courts in another state.
The House approved the bill in April by a voice vote, and the Senate passed it unanimously in late September. But Mr. Obama returned the bill to Congress without his signature last month as concerns mounted over the unintended impact the measure could have on consumer protections amid growing problems with foreclosure documentation.
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Of course, this is just a minor piece of legislation to honor notaries and President Calvin COOLIDGE!