Economy vs. Politics NPR's David Welna reports on the Capitol Hill discussion on plans to stimulate the economy. Beyond the "blame game" between the two parties and thinking about the 2002 elections, there is talk in Congress about putting politics aside -- temporarily -- to get the economy back on track.
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NPR's David Welna reports on the Capitol Hill discussion on plans to stimulate the economy. Beyond the "blame game" between the two parties and thinking about the 2002 elections, there is talk in Congress about putting politics aside — temporarily — to get the economy back on track.