Stimulus projects in slow lane

Jul 19, 2009 Read more: Chicago Tribune
Back in February, when Congress approved President Barack Obama's mammoth plan to stimulate the economy and create jobs, new spending on roads, bridges and other transportation projects was supposed to be one of the fastest-acting pieces of the $787 billion package. Read more

Northbrook, IL

#1 Jul 20, 2009
At least they are getting out those Tiger and Tigger signs.

Chicago, IL

#2 Jul 20, 2009
Barry O. is so far over his head....and economy continues to tank.

I can't wait until health care is FREE!

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