House Finishes $60 Billion in Aid for Sandy Victim

Jan. 15 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. House completed a $60.2 billion aid plan to rebuild communities damaged by Hurricane Sandy two weeks after Northeast Republicans denounced Speaker John Boehner's cancellation of an earlier vote. The House voted 241-180 today to add a $50.5 billion package of aid to a $9.7 billion measure passed by both houses of Congress on Jan. 4. The plan now goes to the Senate. (Source: Bloomberg)

CFR's Mallaby Sees Trump's 3% GDP Target as 'Train Wreck'
21:50 - Sebastian Mallaby, senior fellow at Council on Foreign Relations, discusses the problems he sees with the Trump administration's focus on three percent growth. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
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