Politics Live: No Capitol Hill Appetite for Second Stimulus

By Lindsey Ellerson

Mar 10, 2009 3:12pm

ABC News’ David Chalian reports:  Don’t expect much more stimulus from a sticker shocked Congress.  In light of the briefing delivered by several economists to House Democrats where two of them suggested that the economic downturn is overwhelming President Obama’s predictions of 3.5 million jobs saved or created over the next two years, we checked in with Politico’s congressional bureau chief Tim Grieve to assess the appetite on Capitol Hill for a second stimulus package. Check out ABC News Now’s "Politics Live," where Grieve says not to expect much movement down that road from a Congress growing weary and wary of big price tags.

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