A major anti-poverty bill has been passed by the House of Representatives in Washington and sent to the senate. The bill is designed to set up various tax credits that encourage companies to develop depressed areas and create jobs, and increase home ownership in those areas. It’s a combination of several bills, one of which was originally introduced by Chesterfield Congressman Jim Talent. He says the bill embodies principles everybody can agree upon. Only 27 members of the House do not…394 do.
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