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When rural America thrives, the entire country benefits
President Obama announced several new initiatives that will promote economic growth and spur job creation in rural communities across America
In the second town hall of his economic bus tour, President Obama took questions on topics ranging from making the tax system more fair to rebuilding America's infrastructure.
President Obama announces new job initiatives for rural America at the White House Rural Economic Forum during his economic bus tour.
On the first stop of his rural road trip, President Obama took questions on topics ranging from using renewable energy to create jobs to the future of Social Security to his Administration's plans to bolster education.
President Obama will be talking with small business owners, rural organizations and local families at the Seed Savers Exchange.
The President's four question and answer sessions with the public will be live streamed
President Obama heads to Cannon Falls, Minnesota, to hear directly from the American people in a town hall at the first stop of a three day tour of the Midwest.
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announces the release of a new report by the White House Rural Council that describes the economic needs and opportunities found in rural America.
US CTO Aneesh Chopra explains how the leveling effect of the internet means that high-growth entrepreneurship is an important vehicle for job creation all across the country