Kerry Addresses Poverty, GDP in Calif. Campaign Stop

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At a campaign stop Friday at a San Francisco suburb, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry talked about everyday money worries — taking his cue from statistics showing U.S. poverty on the rise and lower growth of the U.S. Gross Domestic Product in the second quarter of the fiscal year. NPR's Scott Horsley reports from Daley City, Calif.

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