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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Last night's report on errors on the government Website to track jobs saved/created by the economic stimulus recalled.
(Capitol Hill: Jonathan Karl) An analytical look at the government Website to track the stimulus spending presented; details given about Recovery.gov information on jobs created, including errors on non-existent Congressional districts & jobs claims in specific cities. [Head Start fiscal officer Chris WHITLEY- says they told me to do it.] [Representative David OBEY - reacts to a mistake in his district; calls for the problems to be fixed.] [Recovery Act implementation adviser Ed DeSEVE- downplays the concerns.]
- Gibson, Charles;
- Karl, Jonathan
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