House health care bill is complete, but may face opposition in Senate

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi revealed a health care bill that expands coverage, increases taxes on the rich and imposes fees on businesses that don’t provide benefits for their employees. (NYT)

Obama’s chief political officer David Axelrod says bipartisan support in the Senate for a health care bill may not be possible. (Bloomberg)

The government may only give CIT Group a temporary loan to prevent them from financial collapse. (Reuters)

California Rep. George Miller will introduce a plan to the House today that would eliminate private student loan companies, making the U.S. the sole lender. (WSJ)

FDIC Chair Sheila Bair and Fed Chair Ben Bernanke suggest fines for banking institutions that grow too much in size or engage in irresponsible lending practices. (Bloomberg)