Analysts and lawmakers are questioning the Obama administration's plan for re-regulating the financial sector. Commentator Thomas Frank says the plan fails to address the largest problem of all -- politics.
Dustin Woodman, manager of the Coconino Rural Environment Corps, talks with Kai Ryssdal about what the organization is doing with the $500,000 in stimulus funds it received from the federal government.
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner spent his day defending the Obama administration's proposed financial overhaul to lawmakers. Amy Scott reports there are concerns the plan may give firms 'too big to fail' an unfair advantage.
The Labor Department says the number of people on unemployment insurance rolls fell for the first time since January, which may indicate job losses are slowing. But Tamara Keith reports it's just a sign things are less bad.
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