WASHINGTON (CNNMoney.com) -- The House on Tuesday waded deeper into the rescue of the troubled auto industry when it passed a $4 billion plan to subsidize new cars sales for consumers who scrap old ones. By a vote of 298-119, the House approved the "cash for clunkers" program. The measure would give consumers vouchers worth as much as $4,500 to turn in gas guzzlers and buy new cars that are more fuel efficient. House passes cash for clunker bill to boost new car sales - Jun. 9, 2009 Would someone please tell me what this has to do with the War supplemental? Still further, now the Govt. is in the used car business?