Wisconsin auto dealers say state will suffer if auto industry fails
Congress got turned off this week when executives from the Big Three auto makers rode their private jets to Washington to beg for federal money.
But Kenosha car dealer Andy Palmen says lots of everyday people outside the auto plants would suffer if the domestic industry collapses.
He and 30 other dealers tried to send that message personally this week when they spent two days lobbying in Washington.
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