Earlier today the Associated Press reported in nwi.com that:
“Two northern Indiana congressmen are asking the federal government to help the nation’s struggling recreational vehicle industry.
“Democrat Joe Donnelly, who represents a portion of Porter County, and Republican Mark Souder sent letters to Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke asking them to add loans to RV buyers and sellers to the recently created government program to encourage business and consumer lending.
“They also asked that banks and financial companies that receive money from the Treasury Department’s Troubled Asset Relief Program — the $700 billion bailout fund known as TARP — be required to use that money to make loans to consumers and businesses.”
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