Congress enters a lame-duck session, and one thing on the agenda is what to do about the auto industry. What seems clear is the companies cannot stay afloat without government assistance. The problem is figuring out what to do, if anything.
Both sides are making compelling arguments. Supporters say not helping the car companies will lead to millions of people losing their jobs. Opponents say it isn't wise to throw good money after bad.
It is a politically divisive issue. What do you think?
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