Nationally highway spending stimulus in slow lane

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In February, when Congress approved President Obama 's mammoth plan to stimulate the economy, transportation projects were supposed to be among the fastest-acting pieces of the $787-billion package. Full Story
Enough Already

Selden, NY

#1 Jul 20, 2009
Vote all incumbents out in 2010
Spirit of 1776

Roslyn, NY

#2 Jul 20, 2009

Instead of a stalemated tranportation project...this could have been someone/an individual in dire need and waiting for medical assistance/help/surgery...via the Now/New Impending National Health Care Reform Service, Obama would like to rush through for Federal approval...

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