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Rotenberg said EPIC has filed a Freedom of Information Request to learn more details about the FDA's sudden approval of VeriChip
The maker of an implantable human ID chip has launched a national campaign to promote the device, offering $50 discounts to the first 100,000 people who register to get embedded with the microchip.
Applied Digital Solutions has coined the tagline "Get Chipped" to market its product, VeriChip.
The rice-size device costs $200. Those implanted must also pay for the doctor's injection fee and a monthly $10 database maintenance charge, said ADS spokesman Matthew Cossolotto.
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Stimulus would deepen U.S. deficit
Few talk about how to pay for plans
Kevin G. Hall, McClatchy Newspapers
WASHINGTON - As the Bush administration and Congress try to craft an economic stimulus plan, a dark cloud hangs over them: the federal deficit.
Iraq war costs of $9.6 billion a month and a gaping federal deficit that's funded by borrowing from foreign governments limit how aggressively the U.S. government can cut taxes or boost spending to fend off a recession.
Just over the horizon, a fiscal crisis that some call a day of reckoning looms larger.
Statistics released Wednesday by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office show that the federal deficit -- the gap between what the government spends and the revenue it collects -- is projected to leap to $250 billion in the current budget year. That's up 53 percent from the $163 billion deficit in fiscal 2007.
If Congress approves the roughly $140 billion economic stimulus plan now being discussed, the deficit for this fiscal year, which began Oct. 1, could swell to almost $400 billion.
AFX News Limited
Key US Senate panel approves economic stimulus package by 14-7 vote
01.30.08, 5:38 PM ET
WASHINGTON (Thomson Financial) - A key Senate panel today approved an economic stimulus package worth 151 bln usd over ten years that would provide income tax rebates to anyone with an income greater than 3,000 usd, including income from Social Security or veterans benefits, and also expand business tax breaks beyond those approved by the House of Representatives yesterday.
By a vote of 14-7, the Senate Finance Committee approved the bill, which will send the bill to the Senate floor for a vote as early as tomorrow. All seven votes against the measure were from opposition Republicans.