Tuesday in Denver President Obama will sign the economic stimulus bill into law. Hours later on 360°, we'll bring you the CNN Money Summit. Anderson, Ali Velshi and the sharpest money minds will dissect the hefty piece of legislation. It's full of big numbers that raise even bigger questions about what it all means to you. Our experts will have the answers.
Tuesday is also the deadline for General Motors and Chrysler to give the government their restructuring plans. Sales are at a 26-year low. Both companies are staying afloat on government loans. If government officials decide the companies' plans don't pass muster, the loans get called back. All sides will have to make concessions. What will it take to for GM and Chrysler to convince the government they can become viable? A senior administration official said today the White House is creating a Presidential Task Force on autos to oversee the restructuring of the industry. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and NEC Director Larry Summers will oversee the effort. Joe Johns digs deeper Tuesday night.
See you at 10 p.m. eastern.
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