Steven Davidoff

Professor, Connecticut School of Law

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Professor at the Connecticut School of Law, visiting professor at Ohio State Law School and "The Deal Professor" for the New York Times

Steven Davidoff on KCRW

At Barack Obama's request, President Bush will ask Congress before he leaves office for the second half of the $700 billion  financial bailout .

Can Barack Obama Follow the Money?

At Barack Obama's request, President Bush will ask Congress before he leaves office for the second half of the $700 billion financial bailout .

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Lawmakers in both parties are outraged that the Bush Administration lost track of $350 billion, the first half of last year's massive  financial bailout .

Can Barack Obama Follow the Money?

Lawmakers in both parties are outraged that the Bush Administration lost track of $350 billion, the first half of last year's massive financial bailout .

from To the Point

Congress reconsidered what's now called the "economic rescue" plan amid dismal news about employment and California's need for a big federal loan.

Bailout Bill Goes to the White House

Congress reconsidered what's now called the "economic rescue" plan amid dismal news about employment and California's need for a big federal loan.

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