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What the $787b stimulus would do for consumers

By Robert Gavin and Erin Ailworth
Globe Staff / February 13, 2009

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The bankers are getting their bailouts. Now it's your turn. There's almost something for everyone in the $787 billion stimulus package that Congress could approve as soon as today. Help would come in a variety of ways, from an $800 tax credit for working families to a tax break if you buy a new car or a new home. Higher-income ... (Full article: 1210 words)

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