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President Obama / Jacquelyn Martin, AP

President Obama spends Friday talking with mayors about jobs.

In the midafternoon, the president and Vice President Biden meet with a group of newly elected mayors "to discuss the ways in which the Obama administration can serve as an active partner on job creation, and ensuring middle class families have a pathway to opportunity," the White House schedule says.

It adds that the meeting "builds on the unprecedented effort of the administration to partner with mayors working to implement policies that lead to high-paying, high-skill jobs in their communities."

The president's guests include the mayors or mayors-elect of New York City, Los Angeles, Boston, Detroit, Minneapolis, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Seattle.



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