Bush Expected to OK Stimulus Plan, Tax Rebates Congress has passed an economic stimulus bill that will send tax rebates of up to $600 to millions of Americans, and $1,200 to couples. The Senate passed the bill Thursday afternoon after dropping controversial additions, such as extended benefits for the unemployed. The measure now goes to President Bush.
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Bush Expected to OK Stimulus Plan, Tax Rebates

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Bush Expected to OK Stimulus Plan, Tax Rebates

Bush Expected to OK Stimulus Plan, Tax Rebates

Bush Expected to OK Stimulus Plan, Tax Rebates

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Congress has passed an economic stimulus bill that will send tax rebates of up to $600 to millions of Americans, and $1,200 to couples. The Senate passed the bill Thursday afternoon after dropping controversial additions, such as extended benefits for the unemployed. The measure now goes to President Bush.