Fiscal stimulants

January 2008
Hill;1/31/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p14
The article reflects on the stimulus package propose by the U.S. House of Congress. It refers to various provisions such as tax rebates, that would counteract the economic crisis in the country. It warns that the Congress should not overload the package that would further add to the crisis, citing that some provisions are desired by special interests. It states that leaders should impose on their rank and file and not allow a short-term stimulus bill to be taken advantage by some.


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