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House Republicans and the Stimulus
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There’s a good reason to play down expectations for the stimulus bill receiving bipartisan support. Republicans don’t have the votes to stop it and they may not achieve the level of unanimity they did in opposing Bill Clinton’s tax increase in 1993. But by all indications, the House Republican vote against the stimulus is going to be overwhelming. Republicans will go back to their districts saying they supported a GOP alternative that they claim cost half as much while creating twice as many jobs.

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