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The House convenes at 2:00 p.m. for legislative business.

The Senate takes a procedural vote at 5:30 p.m. on a motion to proceed with the economic stimulus package tomorrow. If 60 senators vote in favor, a final Senate vote on the package will be held at noon on Tuesday.

By Washington Post editors  |  February 9, 2009; 6:38 AM ET
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If the Stimulus package thats up for a vote in the senate, will create real jobs and cut out the pork, then I am all for signing this bill. If the Spec's and Drawings are on the table for these new jobs and are only waiting for the Funds. It should be signed. If the Spec's and Drawings are not on the table and ready to start people to work. Then the signing of this bill will not put people back to work for Months. Many of these projects have to have those Drawings and spec's in the hands of the Contractors, as soon as possible to start the bidding process to go forward ASAP.

Thank You,
Sr, Engineer
ERD

Posted by: erdgolf | February 9, 2009 11:16 AM | Report abuse

I would like to encourage Congress to increase funding for fighting global poverty. The Borgen Project (www.borgenproject.org) has some great facts and ideas to help global poverty.
$30 billion to eliminate global poverty.
$522 billion on the U.S. defense budget.
There are 800 million people that go to sleep hungry every day, 300 million are children.

Posted by: cougar_gal06 | February 9, 2009 3:23 PM | Report abuse

We in the USA, with help from the well coordinated efforts from our present Administration of Pres. Obama and his team, we as Seniors have long and valuable experiences to maximaize the funds appropriated by the Government,
and created well and dired needed jobs. these jobs so created will make the difference, to keep over 300 million children from going to sleep with hungers in their tommys, and 600 million workers that many are home supporters, some are even veterans we know and understand their needs.
These are horse sense needs that with good sense and experience we can help to create good and fair jobs...
Thanks
BRR Sr. Citozen MS. (We can teach at the same time)

Posted by: BenRRR | February 10, 2009 2:01 PM | Report abuse

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