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Obama Delivering Statement On The Economy

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President Barack Obama is delivering a statement on the economy, including the European crisis, at 10:15 a.m. ET.

According to the White House, Obama will call on Congress to "pass the bipartisan, paid-for ideas that the President proposed last year to put construction workers back to work upgrading our roads and bridges, teachers back in the classroom educating our kids and police and firefighters back on the job keeping our communities safe."

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