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Capital Business
Posted at 09:20 PM ET, 06/10/2012

You tell us: Are elected officials doing enough to address unemployment?


President Barack Obama talks about the economy in the briefing room of the White House. (Carolyn Kaster - AP)
President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney spent last week jostling over who would make the best Employer-in-Chief, after a weak jobs report released by the Labor Department showed the first jump in unemployment in 11 months.

Do you think elected officials are doing enough to address the unemployment rate? Tell us below.

By Capital Business staff  |  09:20 PM ET, 06/10/2012

 
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