From "no" to "maybe" as House members look at a new financial bill

Thursday, October 02, 2008

The Senate passed its version of the Wall Street bailout bill last night, and the pressure is now back on the House to vote Friday on a new bill. The question is, What would it take to get the congressional naysayers to say 'aye?' The Takeaway checks in with Congressman Maurice Hinchey. The New York Democrat was one of four representatives from New York who voted against the bailout bill the first time around.
Guest: Democratic Congressman Maurice Hinchey, New York, 22nd Congressional District.

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