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House Votes ‘No’ on Auto Jobs Article
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House Votes ‘No’ on Auto Jobs

The House passed a continuing resolution Friday that robs funds from the Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing program to pay for disaster relief, write Daniel J. Weiss and James Barba Nazar.

Daniel J. Weiss, James Barba Nazar