WASHINGTON, Sept 24 (Reuters) - Key members of the U.S. Congress said on Wednesday they were confident a provision needed to trigger $25 billion in government-backed loans mainly for struggling Detroit-based auto companies would become law. The House of Representatives is expected to vote later in the day on a must-pass spending bill containing the $7.5 billion in taxpayer funds needed to issue the loans. The Senate plans to follow with swift action. Senior officials of the Treasury and ...
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