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North Country paper notes the President's focus on rural jobs

Wanted to share this from yesterday's Berlin Daily Sun. It's behind a subscriber login, but in an article headlined, "Volunteers assist Berlin homeowner in sprucing up home," the Sun reports:

Since taking office, President Obama’s Administration has taken historic steps to improve the lives of rural Americans, put people back to work and build thriving economies rural communities. From proposing the American Jobs Act to establishing the first-ever White House Rural Council – chaired by Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack – the president is committed to using federal resources more efficiently to foster sustainable economic prosperity and ensure the government is a strong partner for businesses, entrepreneurs and working families in rural communities.

New Hampshire needs the American Jobs Act to keep the country moving forward. That's why President Obama proposed it – because he knows there's not just one small sector or industry that drives our economy, but the entire middle class.

So whether you're in Berlin or Nashua, add your name to the list of Granite Staters who support the President and the American Jobs Act right now.

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