Lawmakers raised renewed concerns Thursday over the future viability of the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), even as the agency's commissioner, David Stevens, touted some progress in restoring its depleted capital reserves.

During a Senate Banking Committee hearing on the agency's future, panel members said they were worried if the agency would ever get back on its feet given its growing share of the mortgage market.

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