Obama: Congress 'refused to pass' jobs plan in full
By Jonathan Easley - 06/08/12 03:59 PM EDT
Speaking from the White House Briefing Room on Friday, Obama said his American Jobs Act was “full of bipartisan jobs ideas,” had “the support of the American people” and was “paid for in full.”
“But they left most of it just sitting there,” Obama said in his remarks, which were a last-minute add to his schedule. “And in light of the headwinds we’re now facing, I urge them to reconsider.”Read more
on The Hill's On The Money blog.
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