On Tuesday, the House of Representatives defeated a proposed $700 billion Wall Street bailout plan by a vote of 228-205. In response, investors sold off in record fashion on Wall Street. So what is the significance of all that we saw on Monday? How can Congress forge a passable bill? And what happens if Congress does not act soon? We ask economist J.D. Foster of the Heritage Foundation.
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