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Obama Speaks At Milwaukee Laborfest

(Milwaukee, WI) -- President Obama spent part of Labor Day in Milwaukee on Monday. Obama had the thousands in attendance at Laborfest on their feet with a passionate speech about his vision for middle class workers.
The President detailed some of the ways he believes the economy is better off now than when he took office. Obama said the auto industry has been restored and more cars are being made today than any other year since 2002. He praised union leaders and said there are more jobs being created and more affordable health care for more Americans. He finished by saying America is on the move.
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President Obama says he would like to see more states raise minimum wage.
President Obama says he wants everyone to understand how hard he's fought for the middle class.
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