(Adds details, background) WASHINGTON, Sept 30 (Reuters) - President George W. Bush on Tuesday signed into law a mammoth spending bill to keep the government running until early March 2009 that includes a $25 billion loan package for troubled automakers. The action came after the Senate over the weekend gave final congressional approval to the more than $630 billion spending bill that was was needed to finance defense, education, farm, health, foreign aid and other government programs ...
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