The American Jobs Act

The American Jobs Act (S. 1549) (H. Doc. 112-53)[1] and (H.R. 12)[2] are bills proposed by US President Barack Obama in a nationally televised address[3] to a joint session of Congress on September 8, 2011.[4] He said that it consists of a set of non-controversial proposals designed to get Americans back to work, and he repeatedly urged Congress to pass the bill "right away"; he also said that the bill would not add to the national deficit and would be fully paid for.[5]

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