Freeman

IN BRIEF

Stimulus Hasn’t Lived Up to Its Billing

FEBRUARY 18, 2011

“A bill to jump start the economy. That was the main idea behind the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, better known as the ‘stimulus bill,’ which became law two years ago today. However, the nation is still waiting for the bill’s promised jolt.” (CNN)

Another broken promise.

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