By  on January 30, 2008

WASHINGTON — The Senate intends to introduce an economic stimulus plan today that is broader than the $150 billion package backed by President Bush and passed Tuesday in the House, potentially delaying tax rebates for millions of consumers and leaving the economy teetering on the brink of a recession.

Bush sent a strong warning to the Senate in his State of the Union address Monday night, signaling the much-needed boost to the economy could be delayed or derailed if lawmakers try to "load up the bill" with additional incentives.

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