Clock Ticking On Attaching Bailout Conditions Once President Bush requested the second half of the bailout money, the clock started ticking. Lawmakers have 15 days to decide whether to block access to the remaining $350 billion. Chairman Barney Frank says the House Financial Services Committee holds a hearing Tuesday on conditions that could be attached to the money.
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Clock Ticking On Attaching Bailout Conditions

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Clock Ticking On Attaching Bailout Conditions

Clock Ticking On Attaching Bailout Conditions

Clock Ticking On Attaching Bailout Conditions

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Once President Bush requested the second half of the bailout money, the clock started ticking. Lawmakers have 15 days to decide whether to block access to the remaining $350 billion. The House Financial Services Committee holds a hearing Tuesday on conditions that could be attached to the money. Barney Frank, chairman of the committee, talks with Renee Montagne about the hearing.

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