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Think tank: Food stamps, Basel III, fiscal consolidation and more

1) Dottie Rosenbaum of the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities argues that food stamps are an effective stimulus program.

2) William Gale and Benjamin Harris of the Tax Policy Center defend a value-added tax.

3) Richard Price of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development looks at past fiscal consolidations following crises.

4) Douglas Elliott of the Brookings Institution outlines the Basel III process.

5) The Congressional Budget Office compares educational attainment of immigrants and native-born workers.

By Ezra Klein  |  July 26, 2010; 4:28 PM ET
 
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the problem is most people drawing food stamps was one of the top workers now this it not enough thank to obama he is makinh usa a 3 world what kind of expereince did he have everytime fox are anyone says something he takes more right away food stamp dont cover a month worth of food they end up pleaing for more food so no this not a stimus thing it sick to see so many people out of work that a least he could do and i mean leasti dont think ilegal entittle to foodstamps and they shouldnt

Posted by: kathy02001 | July 27, 2010 9:21 AM | Report abuse

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