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How Big Three Could Win Over Washington

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How Big Three Could Win Over Washington

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How Big Three Could Win Over Washington

How Big Three Could Win Over Washington

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The Big Three automaker executives head back to Washington this week seeking billions of dollars in government aid. They say the money is needed to keep daily operations going. This is the second round of hearings after auto executives were sent home to draft a more detailed plan last month. Madeleine Brand talks to Detroit Free Press reporter Justin Hyde, about what automakers need to do to convince Congress.

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