Economy

Obama Push on US Recovery Faces Numerous Challengesi
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July 27, 2013 3:23 AM
President Barack Obama was on the road this week delivering speeches aimed at accelerating the country's economic recovery. Despite a strengthening housing market and slow but steady job growth, the president says political gridlock and rising income inequality threaten the American way of life. In this report, Mil Arcega takes a look at how far the country has come since the recession and how much further it needs to go.

Obama Push on US Recovery Faces Numerous Challenges

Published July 26, 2013

President Barack Obama was on the road this week delivering speeches aimed at accelerating the country's economic recovery. Despite a strengthening housing market and slow but steady job growth, the president says political gridlock and rising income inequality threaten the American way of life. In this report, Mil Arcega takes a look at how far the country has come since the recession and how much further it needs to go.


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