* White House economic team trying to find more money * Senate bill would tap money in energy loan program * Stabenow says extension may face Republican opposition By Richard Cowan WASHINGTON, July 31 (Reuters) - Legislation that would add $2 billion to a cash-for-clunkers program aimed at spurring U.S. automobile sales could move quickly through the U.S. Congress, Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow said on Friday. Speaking to reporters, Stabenow and fellow Democrat Carl Levin said a ...
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