Toby Eckert

Reporter, Congressional Quarterly

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Many Republicans predicted worse catastrophes to come, but the Senate joined the House this weekend and passed a  bill  designed to rescue the faltering housing market.

A Bailout the President Couldn't Refuse

Many Republicans predicted worse catastrophes to come, but the Senate joined the House this weekend and passed a bill designed to rescue the faltering housing market.

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