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U.S. appetite for drugs begets violence migrants are fleeing
Topic - Charles Krueger
Congress and the administration in the past three years already have used many of the standard moves in the playbook for spurring job growth, but President Obama rolled out a couple of new and untried ideas in his State of the Union address Tuesday with hopes of attracting lawmakers from both parties.
"There is no money," said Charles Krueger, an analyst at MF Global Washington Research group. "Obama's $50 billion infrastructure plan faces long odds"
Mr. Krueger noted that a bipartisan group of senators already is drafting a comprehensive bill that targets for elimination many cherished loopholes in the interest of reducing the top rate from 34 percent to as low as 28 percent.