Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., has proposed a $150 billion Emergency Stabilization Fund to help small businesses, universities, students and municipalities cope with the credit crisis, with the money coming from the $700 billion financial bailout package.

Clinton wrote to President George W. Bush and Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson outlining the proposal.

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