House offers $825 billion stimulus
House Democrats presented an $825 billion stimulus package that includes more government spending and less tax relief than President-elect Barack Obama had proposed. The bulk of the package—about $550 billion—would be used to build new schools and highways, invest in energy and healthcare projects and provide unemployment and health benefits for out-of-work Americans.
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