Bush Talks Jobs in West Virginia

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Campaigning in West Virginia, President Bush tells supporters that electing Sen. John Kerry would mean higher taxes and fewer jobs for the state. The state has lost 11,000 jobs since the start of the Bush administration. Kerry follows the president into West Virginia Monday, where he's also expected to talk about the job picture. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.



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