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Top of Form    Nicole Kelsey  5 Oct 09    3:34 PM MST  41 2 Re sp on d              Moises Alhambra  5 Oct 09    7:18 PM MST 
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Nicole , Other  solutio ns  offere d by  senat ors  includ e,  "exten ding  health -care  benefi ts for  the  unem ploye d and  exten ding  housi ng  credit s to  help  peopl e buy  new  home s." I  think  the  housi ng  sector  needs  further  help  especi ally in  states  with  high  living  expen ses.  Anoth er  sector  sufferi
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         Courtney Barbour  7 Oct 09    2:00 PM MST 
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Court ney's  1st  respo nse: Unem ploym ent  will  contin ue to  be a  conce rn,  and I  for  one  am  glad  to see  that  steps  are  being  taken  to try  to  curtail  this.  Facin g the  short  term  proble ms  will  better  allow  us to  deal  with  the  long  term  ones.  Increa sing  or  exten ding  unem ploym ent 
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         Nicole Kelsey  11 Oct 09    7:42 PM MST  Courtney , I could  not  agree  with you  more.  When  someone  is on  unemplo yment  they do  not  receive  what  they  could  have if  still at  their job  and until  you  actually  face  what a  lot of  people  are  facing  with  unemplo yment its  hard to  understa nd that  exact  fact. Resp ond              Alexandria Valdivia  10 Oct 09    2:35 AM MST 
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Nicole , Good  Article . As  far as  what I  think,  well  first  I'm  glad  I'm  not  one of  those  unfort unate  peopl e who  doesn' t have  a job.  I can  under stand  Green span  wants  to  exten jobles benefi ts  what  other  option  is  there  for the  unem ploye d at  this  point.  Once  they  are  out of  unem ploym ent 
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         Freddie Mathews  10 Oct 09    6:26 AM MST 
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Most  Fed  policy maker s said  it  could  take  "five  or six  years"  for the  econo my  and  the  labor  marke t to  get  back  on a  path  of full  health  in the  long  term.  Many  oppos ed but  to  help  lift our  countr y out  of  reces sion,  the  Fed  cut  intere st  rates  to  revive  lendin g and  get  Ameri cans  to  start 
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         Tamara Bazzle  10 Oct 09    3:16 PM MST 
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Nicole  definit ely  think  it's a  good  idea  for the  presid ent  and  his  admin istrati on to  focus  on  creati ng  more  jobs. I  also  agree  with  Green span  that  their  are  small  steps  that  need  to be  taken  to  help  the  unem ploym ent  situati on  becau se  even  thoug h it's  really  hurtin g our  econo my, I 
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      Nicole Kelsey  11 Oct 09    7:44 PM MST  Tamara, If there  were  more  jobs it  makes  you  wonder  what  kind of  predicam ent we  would be  in now.  Would  there still  be as 
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2010 for the course EC 141DLC taught by Professor Antonifirner during the Fall '09 term at Park.

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