Politics & Government

November 11, 2009 2:39 PM

Obama urged to turn successful state job program national

As job losses continue to slow the nation's economic recovery, labor experts and economists are urging Congress and the Obama administration to boost funding for a little-known program that 17 states are using to avert layoffs and keep workers in their jobs.

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