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Economic Proposals Abound in Congress
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Economic Proposals Abound in Congress

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Economic Proposals Abound in Congress

Economic Proposals Abound in Congress
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Wessel 'Journal' Column

Read a recent 'Wall Street Journal' column by David Wessel:

Congress is back in session this week after time spent back home talking with constituents. The result is a number of proposals and plans from both parties to try to help beleaguered homeowners. But how would it work, and who is going to foot the bill?

To find out, Steve Inskeep talks to David Wessel, economics editor of the Wall Street Journal.

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