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Chris Workman
Updated 1 week ago
72 aggregated story articles
President Obama addressed Congress on Thursday night with a crucial speech he called the American Jobs Act, which had implications not only for the American economy, but for the 2012 Presidential election too.

The main highlight was a $447 billion proposal to incentivise growth and hiring, fuelled by tax cuts and spending measures.

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