Congress continues to wrestle today over where funding for $34 billion in direct loans to the Detroit Three should come from, as CEOs from the auto makers and United Auto Workers union face further skepticism over the viability of their restructuring plans. Ahead of a hearing this morning before the House Financial Services Committee, and following testimony yesterday by the industry CEOs in front of the Senate Banking Committee, Democratic leaders appealed again for the Bush Admin. to ...

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