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Mayors urge White House to focus on job creation

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As Congress continues to debate the soaring national debt, a cohort of mayors on Monday descended on the White House to deliver one message to President Obama: "Jobs, jobs, jobs, jobs," as Los Angeles' Antonio Villaraigosa put it.
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In the second such meeting with Obama this year, 14 mayors advised the president to resolve the debt limit crisis quickly and focus on the needs of metropolitan economies.

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