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Updated: 8:33 AM Dec 11, 2008
House Oks $14B Auto Bill, But It's Still in Peril
A plan to throw U.S. automakers a $14-billion lifeline has cleared the house but is still in jeopardy in the senate. A vote there could come today.
Posted: 7:55 AM Dec 11, 2008
Reporter: Associated Press
Email Address: news@nbc11news.com
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Auto executives, from left, General Motors Chief Executive Officer Richard Wagoner, UAW President Ron Gettelfinger, Ford Chief Executive Officer Alan Mulally, and Chrysler Chief Executive Officer Robert Nardelli testify on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Dec. 4, 2008, before a Senate Banking Committee hearing on the auto industry bailout. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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