Mass.Could See $11 Billion From Stimulus Bill
By Paul Tuthill
Springfield, MA – The economic stimulus bill passed by the US House of Representatives this week would mean $11 billion for Massachusetts over the next two years . That is according to an analysis by an advocacy group, the Center for American Progress. The estimate includes aid that would flow to the state government for medicaid and other programs. It also factors in such things as tax cuts and funding for food stamps and unemployment benefits that would go directly to state residents.
WAMC'S Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill spoke with US Representative Richard Neal of Massachusetts about the 819 billion dollar stimulus bill.....
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TAG: Congressman Richard Neal of the 2nd Massachusetts Congressional district speaking with WAMC's Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill. The US Senate is expected to begin debate next week on its' version of the economic stimulus bill.