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Bush, Kerry Focus on Midwest

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Bush, Kerry Focus on Midwest

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President Bush and Sen. John Kerry nearly cross paths on bus tours through the swing states of Ohio and Pennsylvania. Kerry questions the president's assertion that the economy is "turning a corner." Bush acknowledges workers' fears, but says the way to save jobs is to keep business taxes low. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.

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