Sarah Lueck

Congressional Reporter, Wall Street Journal

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Last night, John McCain passed up a chance to vote for--or against--the  Senate's version  of a "stimulus package," which would have included tax rebates for 20 million seniors and…

The Pending Economic Stimulus Plan

Last night, John McCain passed up a chance to vote for--or against--the Senate's version of a "stimulus package," which would have included tax rebates for 20 million seniors and…

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