How About a Payroll Tax Stimulus?

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Author(s) Was written by::Lawrence Lindsey
Source Was published by::The Wall Street Journal
Date Was published on::January 29, 2009
URL Has URL::http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123318933384726785.html
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Quotes-start.png [[Has quote::"The Congressional Budget Office and the Joint Committee on Taxation have calculated that only $170 billion, or about one-fifth of the $816 billion package will be spent in fiscal 2009. An additional $356 billion will be spent in 2010. That leaves $290 billion to be spent when even the most pessimistic forecasters think the economy will be in recovery mode."]] Quotes-end.png
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