Sujit CanagaRetna

Senior Fiscal Analyst, Council of State Governments

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Senior fiscal analyst with the Council of State Governments, which forecasts policy trends for the states, commonwealths and territories

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President Bush signed the " economic rescue " into law Friday but the stock markets are declining anyway in New York and around the world.

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