Jobs Bill = Bipartisanship?

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Congressional correspondent for Time Magazine and contributor to Time’s Swampland blog Jay Newton-Small will talk about the jobs bill expected to pass the Senate today, why five Republicans broke party rank to vote for it, and what that means for bipartisanship in Washington.


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Comments [5]

Estelle from Austin

People should not need to depend on employers for health care in any case.

Feb. 24 2010 11:22 AM
hjs from 11211

on scott browns vote
the teabaggers need to learn they don't control elections wealth does. they are just the latest GOP pawns. for years the GOP said they would outlaw abortion to please their moralist wing, yet abortion is still legal in all 50 states and now they are electing pro choice republicats.

Feb. 24 2010 11:21 AM
Estelle from Austin

If the health care reform bill did NOT require employers to offer health insurance, would this lighten the burden for America's employers?

Feb. 24 2010 11:19 AM
Burtnor from Manhattan

What is the impact on the social security fund of suspending employer contributions for this period?

Feb. 24 2010 11:16 AM
Matt from Park Ave

I really wish the democrats started off small (like this) and bipartisan instead of trying to tackle something as divisive (and lobbied) as health care.

Feb. 24 2010 11:11 AM

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