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Congressional Democrats are introducing a bill that would make companies and unions tell us when they donate money to a political campaign. This could include visibility in on-screen endorsements. John Dimsdale reports.
A report out from Purdue and Wichita State Universities says airline passenger complaints in the U.S. are down. But Los Angeles Times business columnist David Lazarus is skeptical. He tells Bill Radke why.
The Congressional Oversight Panel has released a report saying federal mortgage aid programs aren't doing enough to help more families out of foreclosure. Stacey Vanek-Smith talks to panel chair Elizabeth Warren.
Ryanair's plan to rip out in-flight toilets in order to add more passengers may be against FAA rules, which state planes can't carry more than 189 passengers. Ryanair is already at the maximum per flight. Brett Neely reports.
Marketplace Morning Report for Wednesday, April 14, 2010