Dealership organizations have gotten backing from both houses of Congress to restore dealerships forced to close prior to Chrysler and GM bankruptcies. You can read the full story here, but the gist of it is that Congress wants to force Chrysler and GM to argue for closing dealerships at the state court level, a place not likely to look upon forced dealership closings as kindly as the Obama administration’s reorganization team did. Bills in both the House and Senate are gaining traction, though the Senate version faces the toughest challenge.
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