The Bush Admin. is continuing its push to allow Detroit auto makers to tap $25 billion in direct loans originally earmarked for advanced-technology vehicles, today reiterating opposition to giving them access to funds currently allocated to the financial-sector bailout. White House spokeswoman Dana Perino says the $700 billion bailout for Wall Street is meant to unfreeze the credit markets by investing in viable companies with the promise of eventual profits to taxpayers, and suggests ...

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