The government hopes to restore lending via cheap financing. Skeptics say programs aimed at restarting the market haven’t worked yet.

By Colin Barr, senior writer
May 28, 2009: 3:48 AM ET

NEW YORK (Fortune) — Bailout watchdogs have something new to growl about: the lack of financing in the commercial real estate markets.

Elizabeth Warren’s Congressional Oversight Panel is scheduled to hold a hearing Thursday morning on the effectiveness of federal plans to restart the markets for commercial and industrial loans.

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