House Passes $1B in Loan Guarantees to Aid Ukraine

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March 6 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. House passed a measure to allow $1 billion in loan guarantees sought by the Obama administration to help restore financial stability in Ukraine. Peter Cook reports on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

Fax despite some criticism of the president's handling of the ukraine situation, you've got a unified vote to support his call for loan guarantees for ukraine.

385 to 23 in the republican-controlled house of representatives to back that $1 billion loan guarantees.

Still has to clear the senate but it is an agreement on policy response in ukraine.

Republicans and democrats moving today to authorize tougher sanctions against russian and ukrainian officials should the crisis persists, giving more authority to the white house.

The president moving on his own today.

It is undermining the ukrainian government.

Also giving yourself more authority should you choose to do this.

Bipartisan in terms of a response but they might not be on the same page in terms of the comments and how the president has handled the ukraine so far.

Ryan chilcote lanes us live

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