As economy improves, governors debate who deserves the credit
WASHINGTON (MCT) — When the nation’s governors gathered in Washington a year ago, state budget gaps and tough decisions loomed.
A year later, there is a broad sense among the state executives that they have stepped back from the precipice. What is being fiercely debated here in this political year is just how much credit the federal government, and President Barack Obama in particular, deserves for the turnaround.
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