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Thursday, May 20, 2010


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There would be no vote on Brownback's amendment, and hence no vote on the Levin and Merkley's provision, either. But the Senate would plan to hold a procedural vote Monday to instruct members of the House-Senate conference to consider exempting auto dealers in the final measure." So the fight over the auto-dealer exemption may not be over.)

Rob Bramson

Per the Wash Post, the Senate is going to vote on Monday whether to "recommend" that the conference committee "consider" exempting auto dealers from the Act. Sounds like that is another way of saying that they WILL be exempted (assuming the Monday vote goes that way). But I defer to the Congress wonks among us.

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