The Senate's financial rescue plan may have a better chance of passage because it's padded with pork that may be tasty enough to get reluctant House members to bite.
Most of the $110 billion in additions, such as a tax credit for research and development and an increase in insurance for bank accounts, would have broad economic impact.
The benefits of others, though, may not be so evident to most taxpayers. Read full article »
CNN's Scott J. Anderson, Brian Todd and Jim Kavanagh contributed to this report.