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Economy: Obama Jobs Plan / A Discussion #1001611

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 07, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jessica Yellin) Tomorrow's announcement of the details of President Obama's jobs plan: road/infrastructure, unemployment insurance, job training, renovating schools, funds for teachers and first responders with tax and entitlement changes for funding and the politics of the economic debate discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Cornell Belcher and Erick Erickson about the president's plan. [GERGEN - says the planning numbers seem to be expanding with much of it not new stimulus; backs the infrastructure plan; states the importance will be his tone tomorrow.] [BELCHER - says it is unpopular with the Republican Party, but not the middle class.] [ERICKSON - outlines the problems for the president: this is really stimulus; states it is a bipartisan problem.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Yellin, Jessica

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