WASHINGTON -- The earlier-than-scheduled closing of the House of Representatives because of concerns about anthrax exposure put into limbo pending legislation on an economic stimulus package. t last week's planned vote on a $100 billion economic stimulus package was put off and hasn't been rescheduled. How the anthrax scare will affect the congressional agenda is unclear. After the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, lawmakers already narrowed the scope of legislation to complete before ...
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