The Road to Recovery

James, Randy; Rooney, Katie
March 2009
Time;3/2/2009, Vol. 173 Issue 8, p14
A series of statistics are presented relating to the economic stimulus package, including the amount of time it took the U.S. Congress to vote on the bill, the number of miles traveled by Senator Sherrod Brown to cast his vote, and the amount of days U.S. President Barack Obama was in office before the stimulus bill was signed into law.


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