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STATE OF UNION-MICH
(2008-01-29)
(wgvu) - - MEMBERS OF MICHIGAN'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION
SAY PRESIDENT BUSH WAS RIGHT TO FOCUS HIS STATE OF THE UNION
ADDRESS ON STIMULATING THE ECONOMY.
MEMBERS OF BOTH PARTIES SAY HE SHOULD HAVE GONE FURTHER, THOUGH
THEY DON'T AGREE ON HOW.
REPUBLICAN CONGRESSWOMAN CANDICE MILLER SAYS SHE WOULD HAVE
LIKED TO SEE THE PRESIDENT TALK OF EXTENDING UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS
AND HELPING THE AUTO INDUSTRY ADJUST TO GLOBAL CHANGES.
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSMAN SANDER LEVIN SAYS BUSH SHOULD HAVE DONE
SOMETHING ABOUT UNFAIR TRADE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE U.S. AND ITS
PARTNERS.
AND REPUBLICAN DAVE CAMP SAYS THE PRESIDENT SHOULD HAVE PROPOSED
LONG-TERM TAX CUTS AND DEREGULATION OF THE ECONOMY.

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