Chief executives of the Detroit Three and United Auto Workers union testify today before lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives, a day after telling Senate members their companies could fail without government assistance. The Senate also will vote today on a proposal to carve $25 billion in direct loans to the auto makers out of a $700 billion Wall Street bailout approved last month, although the bill likely will die due to opposition from Republicans and the White House. Senators ...
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