Lawmakers React to Obama’s Jobs Plan

by Laura Ellis on September 10, 2011

President Obama is proposing an ambitious, nearly $450 billion jobs plan to Congress — a key feature of which is a 2012 cut in payroll taxes. Thursday night, he presented the plan to a joint session of Congress. James Carroll, from the Courier-Journal’s Washington Bureau, joined us on Friday’s State of the News to explain how lawmakers have reacted to the plan, and what the chances are that it will be approved.

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