Jobless Rate Inches Down, Romney Targets 4 Percent
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Jobless Rate Inches Down, Romney Targets 4 Percent

Pittsburgh : PA : USA | May 04, 2012 at 8:18 PM PDT
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Associated Press Jostling for an advantage on the economy, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Friday set a target of 4 percent for the nation's unemployment rate, while President Barack Obama proclaimed it "good news" that the U.S. economy is consistently adding... FULL ARTICLE AT Fox
 
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