Some state school districts asking for bail-out after risky investments fail
Five Wisconsin school districts which made $200 million in risky investments could be the next ones to get bailed out by the taxpayers.
The Kenosha teachers' union asked House Republican Paul Ryan and Senate Democrat Russ Feingold for the so-called TARP funding used for bank bailouts. And both lawmakers passed on the request to the U.S. Treasury Department.
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