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had ‘slipped’ into it, in ink, and just minutes prior to its passing by the US Congress (rendering them unable to read it), a provision titled “Blair Holt’s Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2009”
Bloomberg and the Washington Post continue to give top billing to the stimulus bill's executive pay restrictions, while the Wall Street Journal devotes its Sunday coverage to G7 talks over China's currency and the New York Times highlights global joblessness. The stories about the $787 billion package's stringent limits on outsized compensation provide virtually no new information from yesterday after the bill had passed through Congress on Friday and was slated to go to President Obama. The primary concern for the administration, writes the WP, is that the provision will "prompt financial institutions to do whatever they can to pay back the government funds, undermining its efforts to stimulate lending and coax the economy into recovery." Nonetheless, Obama has said he will sign the bill Tuesday during a trip to Denver.
Originally posted by TrainDispatcher
Obama will sign the stimulus bill on Tuesday at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
Why the museum?
Perhaps he'll highlight the parts of the stimulus that will go toward science research or toward science museums?
Originally posted by riggs2099
...the gullibilty of some people. No matter how much you tell them it is fake...they still will not see it.