Congress to Consider Help for Banks, Homeowners Congress returns to Washington, D.C., next week facing a big task: how to deal with an economic crisis that extends from Main Street to Wall Street. The Bush administration is resisting promising money to homeowners caught in the mortgage crisis. But Democrats in Congress, including both presidential candidates, disagree.
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Congress to Consider Help for Banks, Homeowners

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Congress to Consider Help for Banks, Homeowners

Congress to Consider Help for Banks, Homeowners

Congress to Consider Help for Banks, Homeowners

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Congress returns to Washington, D.C., next week with one big thing on its mind: the economy — and how to deal with a crisis that extends from Main Street to Wall Street. The Bush administration is resisting promising money to homeowners caught in the mortgage crisis. But Democrats in Congress, including both presidential candidates, disagree.