Report raises questions about stimulus job creation

A Wall Street Journal analysis found that the White House may have overstated the number of jobs created or saved by the stimulus plan by at least 20,000. Officials with the administration acknowledged that reports attributing 640,000 jobs to the stimulus were not "100 percent accurate." Meanwhile, the Journal report found that recipients of grants may have made errors when estimating the number of jobs created or saved.

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