Dave Clark

Economics Reporter, Congressional Quarterly

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Economics reporter for Congressional Quarterly

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More than 10 million Americans are looking for work and benefits for 1.2 million were about to run out.

Unemployment Benefits Expanded

More than 10 million Americans are looking for work and benefits for 1.2 million were about to run out.

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President Bush picked another fight with Democrats in Congress today,  vetoing  a  domestic spending bill  as too expensive while  signing  a  Pentagon spending measure  with an even…

Bush Vetoes Domestic Spending Bill, Signs Defense Measure

President Bush picked another fight with Democrats in Congress today, vetoing a domestic spending bill as too expensive while signing a Pentagon spending measure with an even…

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