Economy

July 8, 2011

Bad jobs report sparks more debate over government's role

With June unemployment rising to 9.2 percent and employers creating only 18,000 new jobs, liberals used the dismal report to make their case for more government spending to stimulate the economy. Conservatives, eager to tame runaway deficits, argued that the nation’s overwhelming debt was curbing job creation.

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