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In Congress, deal on bailout taking shape as rancor eases

House Republican whip Roy Blunt (right) and House Republican leader John Boehner talked to reporters yesterday. There was guarded optimism about weekend bailout talks. House Republican whip Roy Blunt (right) and House Republican leader John Boehner talked to reporters yesterday. There was guarded optimism about weekend bailout talks. (Lauren Victoria Burke/AP)
By Michael Kranish and Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / September 27, 2008

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WASHINGTON - A group of conservative Republicans yesterday insisted on significant changes to a $700 billion Wall Street rescue package proposed by the Bush administration, but the angry tone that led to a breakdown of negotiations over the package at the White House on Thursday had changed to guarded optimism that weekend negotiations would yield a bipartisan deal and stave ... (Full article: 1179 words)

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