* Democratic leaders organize meeting with dealers * Congress urges negotiated solution * GM, Chrysler will continue to talk By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Congressional leaders on Wednesday pressed General Motors Co and Chrysler to resolve complaints about dealer franchise terminations the automakers pushed through during their brief bankruptcies. The Senate's No. 2 Democrat, Richard Durbin, and his counterpart in the House of Representatives, Steny Hoyer, ...
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