LIMA - Three million jobs, including many, many in this region, are at stake.
That is the reason City Council on Monday urged a reluctant Congress to immediately pass a $25 billion loan for the nation's auto industry. The move appears to have enough support in the Senate, but not with House Republicans.
The city's resolution, supported unanimously, will be delivered today to U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Urbana, and others. It is designed to press the dire circumstances with those who are not supporting the move, Mayor David Berger said.
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