Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) suggests U.S. lawmakers will not reach a bipartisan bill today over a $15 billion loan package to the Detroit Three, but promises to rescue the auto makers in the coming days. “We are going to complete this legislation,” Reid tells the Senate during an afternoon session today, broadcast on C-SPAN. “It may mean we’ll need to work this weekend.” Lawmakers want to get Detroit’s auto makers at least $15 billion before the end of the year, when General ...
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