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October 1, 2008
NEW YORK — How can lawmakers make the financial crisis disappear — without a $700 billion taxpayer bailout and all those pesky political ramifications?
Suspend accounting rules that are forcing financial firms to give a fair-market value to their assets even when there's not a buyer in sight. That's one idea being considered to rescue the bailout bill that lawmakers defeated Monday.
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