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Bailout Battle: Take Two. We've just learned that tomorrow night the Senate will vote on the $700 billion bank rescue plan, two days after the House failed to pass.
The Senate plan is different. It would rise the federal deposit insurance limits to $250,000 from $100,000. There are other changes, as well. We'll get into the specific tonight on 360.
The bill will be attached to an existing revenue bill the House also rejected Monday. For all you Senate rule buffs (Come on, admit it. You're one of those, right?) the move would allow the Senate to vote before the House to approve the bailout bill. Those sneaky, senators.
GOP presidential nominee John McCain and Democratic nominee Barack Obama and his running mate Joe Biden say they will be on Capitol Hill for the vote.
Get out your crystal ball. Do you think this Senate version will pass tomorrow?
There was a bit of a rebound on Wall Street today. The Dow added 485 points, a day after blue chips sank a record 778-points after the House rejected the bailout bill.
We'll have the the raw numbers and the raw politics tonight on 360 at 10pm ET.
Hope you can join us!
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