The 74-25 roll call by which the Senate approved a $700 billion rescue package for Wall Street aimed at preventing a credit crisis.
On this vote, a "yes" vote was a vote to approve the package and a "no" vote was a vote against it.
Voting "yes" were 39 Democrats, 34 Republicans and 1 independent.
Voting "no" were 9 Democrats, 15 Republicans and 1 independent.
Levin (D) Yes; Stabenow (D) No.
Levin supports rescue plan, Stabenow is uncommitted
Detroit Free Press - United States
Michigan Sen. Carl Levin said he would back the plan. “The risks to the economy are just simply too great to let this continue to free fall,” Levin said. ...
Kyl (R) Yes; McCain (R) Yes.
Durbin (D) Yes; Obama (D) Yes.
The nation watched as the same people who months ago claimed that there was no problem came out and tried to convince us that they had the solution to the crisis "Wall Street's greed" had supposedly created.
As we prepare for the next round in this battle, we know what must be done, and we know what a unified effort can accomplish. Let this latest development encourage us to redouble our efforts as we set about the task before us.
We need all hands on deck and placing calls, visiting their representative in person when possible, and making their opinions known. Those representatives who bravely opposed the bailout the first time around must be urged to stand firm and to resist the enormous pressure being placed on them now.
And those who would vote for this bill must be made aware that the people will hold them accountable for their actions.
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An emergency appeal challenging a ruling by the U.S. District Court in Albany denying two requests for emergency injunctions to halt the Wall Street bailouts was filed today in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Manhattan. As the bailout crisis evolved rapidly over the last ten days, We The People Foundation Chairman Bob Schulz filed two lawsuits seeking to block the bailouts by challenging the underlying authority of the Government.
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