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subcommittee released documents on Wednesday morning suggesting that a final review of more than $500 million in loan guarantees for Solyndra, a California solar company that recently declared bankruptcy, may have been rushed so that
Joseph R. Biden Jr.
could announce its approval at a groundbreaking two years ago.
of the deal has turned what was once portrayed by some as a shining example of the promise of federal subsidies to stimulate economic growth through green jobs into a
in what others call the futility of federal meddling in the marketplace.