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White House Doing "Open for Questions" on Wall Street

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, April 22 2010

Just a heads up that, should Wall Street reform be of interest, the White House will be hosting one of its "Open for Questions" interactive chats this afternoon, at 2 pm, with White House economist Austan Goolsbee, timed as a companion with President Obama's speech on financial reform he gave in New York City earlier today. If nothing else, Goolsbee is "D.C.'s Funniest Celebrity," so there's a chance it might be funny.

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