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After three days of traveling through the Midwest and talking with farmers, small business owners and concerned citizens, the President says Congress must act quickly to put Americans back to work
Check out how the President spent his time in rural Iowa
Check out how the President spent his time in Cannon Falls
Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality Nancy Sutley discuss ways the Nation’s lands, waters, and wildlife can help create jobs for our future.
At the final town hall on his trip through the Midwest, the President promises that new proposals that will put Americans back to work are coming soon
President Obama talks about finding jobs for returning veterans, reducing the nation's deficits by increasing revenue, and investing in biofuels during a town hall in Atkinson, Illinois.
President Obama heads to a farm in Henry County for the last town hall of his summer tour.
There are more than 100 events being held throughout the summer so that senior Administration officials can talk with Americans across the country
On the final day of President Obama's tour through rural America, he'll be back in his home state of Illinois to talk with people about how we strengthen the middle class and increase economic opportunity for everyone.
Today in Peosta, Iowa, President Obama took a moment to reflect on what his trip through rural America has meant.