Congressional Democrats intend to continue their drive today for bailout money from the $700 billion set aside last month to salvage struggling Wall Street firms, despite opposition from Republicans and the White House. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) will push for $25 billion of the Wall Street money for the Detroit Three, struggling under pressure from the credit crunch and record low sales, as part of a larger $100 billion stimulus plan. Reid’s plan also would provide for ...
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