Nov 2, 2012 at 6:54 am
ST. PAUL, Minn. (KNSI) Sixth District congressional candidates Jim Graves and Michele Bachmann held the second of their three scheduled debates Thursday.
During an appearance on Minnesota Public Radio, the pair covered the issues of abortion, federal health care reform and the government bailout of the auto industry.
Bachmann, who voted against the Wall Street Bailout Act, says she thinks the auto bailout was a bad deal for taxpayers. She said the American car industry "ought to be able to stand on its own."
Graves supports the bailout saying without it, the entire U.S. auto industry and its suppliers could have been on the verge of collapse.
Bachmann and Graves hold their final debate Sunday morning on KSTP television.
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