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Economy: Jobs & Politics #962878

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 04, 2010
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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Washington: David Kerley) The economy, jobs, the position of President Obama's administration & how the economy has become a political problem for the Democrats examined; CNN poll figures cited; details given about the issue of financial reform. [On "This Week," former Labor Secretary Robert REICH†; hotel employee Cheryl CHUA†; on "Meet the Press," Council of Economic Advisers chair Christina ROMER†; on "This Week," political strategist Matthew DOWD†, National Economic Council director Larry SUMMERS†- speak about the economy, jobs & unemployment.]

Harris, Dan;
Kerley, David

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