In the midst of dire predictions for Democrats in November, President Obama spent part of his Labor Day in Milwaukee -- part of a week he'll spend promoting new initiatives to boost the economy. On Monday, the president called for spending an extra $50 billion on the nation's roads and railways, in hopes of putting more Americans back to work. Robert Siegel talks to NPR's Scott Horsley.
On Labor Day, Obama Pushes New Jobs Program
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