Obama's stimulus plan must be passed now

January 2009
People's Weekly World;1/31/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 31, p3
The author emphasizes the need to approve the $825 billion stimulus plan proposed by the U.S. Congress which was also applauded by U.S. President Barack Obama. He believes that the stimulus plan, which includes aid to states, an emphasis on education, and investment in infrastructure, are needed by the U.S. He stresses the immediate creation of jobs, health care reform and investments, and the distribution of bailout funds. He suggests the Obama administration to compromise with Republicans to pass the recovery package.


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