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Economic Stimulus Package / O'Neill, Daschle Interviews #655562

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 19, 2001
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped interview held with Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill about the political debate over the economic stimulus package. [O'NEILL - says there seems to be a unanimous view of the need for a stimulus package; states the House is on board and the votes are being gathered for passage of the legislation in the Senate; believes Congress will act before going home to face their constituents; believes this package will hasten the economic recovery.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped interview held with Senate majority leader Tom Daschle about the political debate over the economic stimulus package. [From Capitol Hill, DASCHLE - says there are 60 votes for the bill; suggests the proposed bill is too costly; outlines the Democrats' major concessions for a compromise; talks about helping the economically disadvantaged.]

Brown, Aaron

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