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Obama gets into debt-reduction debate

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The high-stakes negotiations over the country’s long-term debt problems kicked into another gear Monday as President Obama met separately with the Senate’s two top leaders in hopes of jump-starting a deal.
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As the meetings unfolded, the White House dismissed criticisms that the president has been slow to get personally involved.

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