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March 16th, 2010
08:26 AM ET

Has the stimulus helped you?

How has the $862 billion stimulus changed your life?

Today in the Newsroom, we're taking a look at the Wall Street Journal's latest survey of economists. Their finding: Overall, the stimulus has done good. We're breaking down some of the key stats for you.

Let us know your thoughts on the stimulus, and whether it's helped you be better off in this economy.


Filed under: Josh Levs • Tony Harris
March 16th, 2010
07:52 AM ET

Health Care Reform: End Game

After more than a year of intense debates, town halls and summits, the White House administration predicts health care reform will pass this week.

We’ve heard from the leaders on Capitol Hill, now we want to hear from you. Are you for or against health care reform as its being shaped now?

Leave us a comment and we’ll share some of them on air in the CNN Newsroom, 11am ET — 1pm ET.


Filed under: Tony Harris
March 16th, 2010
07:48 AM ET

Torture or Teaching a Lesson?

A Wisconsin middle school is under fire after publicly posting failing grades of its students. Principal Dave Schoepke said the goal was to motivate students to turn in their missing assignments so they could raise their grades enough to attend a dance Friday. But parents say this needlessly humiliates their kids.

This got us talking about our childhood humiliations…and we want to hear from you.

What humiliating experience from school will you always remember?


Filed under: CNN Newsroom • Kyra Phillips