Todd Spangler

Detroit Free Press

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Reporter in Washington for the Detroit Free Press

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Mitt Romney  and  Rick Santorum  are battling it out in today's  Michigan primary , and both have denounced President Obama's bailout of General Motors and Chrysler.

Obama Speaks to UAW as Michigan Voters Head to the Polls

Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are battling it out in today's Michigan primary , and both have denounced President Obama's bailout of General Motors and Chrysler.

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The Big Three bailout  passed the House  but stalled in the Senate today, even after Barack Obama warned that collapse of the auto industry would have "a devastating ripple effect"…

Will Washington Rescue Detroit's Big Three?

The Big Three bailout passed the House but stalled in the Senate today, even after Barack Obama warned that collapse of the auto industry would have "a devastating ripple effect"…

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After a  compromise  between Democrats and the Bush White House, Congress passed the  $14 billion Big Three bailout  bill last night.

Will the US Get a 'Car Czar?'

After a compromise between Democrats and the Bush White House, Congress passed the $14 billion Big Three bailout bill last night.

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