Stimulus could haunt Sheriff Biden

September 2011
Hill;9/22/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 129, p1
The article reports that the new position of Joe Biden as Sheriff of the economic stimulus package could haunt him back when it comes to his remarks on solar company Solyndra Inc. that went bankrupt after winning the package.


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