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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Labor Department'S Bureau Of Labor Statistics
If you are closely following the 2012 presidential race, you have to track the state-by-state jobless numbers, because they will decide who wins.
Members of Congress have sided with the media to blast a new Labor Department policy that tightens control over the distribution of employment data, saying the new rules threaten press freedom and raise concerns of possible Big Brother government interference.
The third year of Barack Obama's presidency is running into the same troubles he faced in his first two, thus undermining his prospects for a second term.