In a second try, a Wall Street bailout bill heads to the House

Friday, October 03, 2008

As the White House and Congressional leaders maneuver to drum up support for a $700 billion economic bailout package, several Republican and Democratic lawmakers have said they're prepared to switch their votes. But New York Times reporter David Herszenhorn tells us that others are still agonizing over today's vote amid a continuing deluge of calls from angry constituents.
Guest: David Herszenhorn, New York Times

Contributors:

Jesse Baker and Lisa Nett

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