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Barack Obama waved farewell in Honolulu Thursday as he and his wife, Michelle, boarded their flight for Chicago. Obama is to arrive tomorrow in Washington, where he will continue pressing for quick passage of an economic rescue plan. Barack Obama waved farewell in Honolulu Thursday as he and his wife, Michelle, boarded their flight for Chicago. Obama is to arrive tomorrow in Washington, where he will continue pressing for quick passage of an economic rescue plan. (GETTY IMAGES)
By Joseph Williams
Globe Staff / January 3, 2009

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WASHINGTON - President-elect Barack Obama will arrive in Washington tomorrow and renew his push for a plan to rescue the struggling US economy - including an estimated $600 billion to $800 billion stimulus package that a growing number of skeptical Republicans signal they may fight. (Full article: 1119 words)

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