Senate Republicans begin a push today to rewrite legislation providing auto makers and suppliers $25 billion to retool plants for advanced-propulsion vehicles, a revision that would allow the struggling Detroit Three to use the money to shore up their finances. The decision is expected to meet opposition from Democrats who want the money preserved to help the industry meet stricter corporate average fuel economy standards. The latest developments come as top officials of General Motors ...

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