Must be the mountains
"The place where Rich and I agree totally is infrastructure investment," said Tom Donahue, head of the Chamber of Commerce, at a panel this morning. "Rich," incidentally, is Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO. "We support unemployment insurance," Donahue said a bit later. Trumka and Donahue both called for a large tax credit for research and development. They talked about working together to get away from quarterly profit reports, as that sort of short-term thinking harms the economy.
There's a lot more agreement in Aspen than in Washington.
July 9, 2010; 12:15 PM ET
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