WASHINGTON Restaurant industry officials are championing the $150 billion economic stimulus bill that was hammered out by President Bush and House leaders on Thursday, saying it could help the industry's top and bottom lines. The White House is urging lawmakers to act quickly on the bipartisan agreement, which proponents believe will help revive the nation's weakened economy. Under the agreement individual taxpayers would receive up to $600 in rebates, working couples $1,200, and ...
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