Lawmakers work on second stimulus to spur recovery

Spending will have to resume for the economy to recover. Despite nearly $1 trillion coming from the U.S. government, consumers have cut back on spending, making a recovery slow in coming. "We have to prop up consumption," said Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass. Congressional Democrats plan to meet with economists next week to discuss details on a second economic-stimulus package.

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