Today is the 2nd time that Obama will make history in Denver.
The first came last fall when he became the first black presidential nominee to run for president, giving the historic speech at Invesco Field at Mile High in front of a sold out 80,000+ crowd.
Today he will be back in Denver, CO in front of an invitation only event at the Natural History Museum to sign the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 otherwise known as the Stimulus Package Bill. Denver was picked for its efforts in alternative energy and how it has been embraced throughout the state. Ranging from the 100 megawatt solar power array on top of the museum to the Vista Wind Turbine plant in Windsor, CO to all of the green buildings throughout Boulder and the Denver Metro Area.
The Stimulus Bill is the $787 Billion dollar package of tax cuts and new spending to help get more money into the hands of the American public, create new jobs, help those on unemployment, help college students and many other things as well.
The House and Senate finished and finalized the differences they had on the Bill to to come to the finish project that is being signed into law today.
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