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Author(s) The Philadelphia Inquirer editorial board
Source The Philadelphia Inquirer
Date February 1, 2009
Quotes-start.png "It was disappointing that not a single Republican in the House voted for the Democratic bill, considering the stakes and Obama's attempt to work with them. But it's unfair to portray the GOP as choosing party over country. They raise valid concerns about whether the spending will have an impact quickly, and whether more tax cuts should be included to spur consumer spending and job growth. Given the ineffectiveness of the earlier $700 billion federal bailout, lawmakers have a duty to be asking these questions." Quotes-end.png

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This item takes a mixed stance on the position Act should be passed on the topic American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.