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Obama Targets UAW on Michigan Primary Day

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Bloomberg's Julianna Goldman reports on President Obama's appearance in front of auto workers on the day of the Michigan primary. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Inside Track."

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Voice of the Voters: Michigan Youth

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Despite the government bailout that helped save Michigan’s auto industry, the state is still recovering. Young voters there who are ready to enter the workforce are facing tough job prospects. We hear one student's story and the economic uncertainty that hovers over Michigan in this report from Michigan State University student Anthony Sabella for our Washington Week Voice of the Voters feature.

 

A Game of Two Halves

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Even people who don’t normally care much for football tune in to the Super Bowl to watch the best commercials Madison Avenue can dream up. The most talked about this year was Chrysler’s gritty tribute to the economic revival of America and Detroit. More short film than commercial, it ends with the actor Clint Eastwood huskily declaring that “Our second half is about to begin.”
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Clint Eastwood Gives America a Pep Talk

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Did the first Obama re-election ad run during the Super Bowl? You might have missed it since the president wasn't even mentioned. It was a Chrysler ad, although even that wasn’t obvious. Instead, more than 111 million viewers were greeted by that tough-talking American icon Clint Eastwood as he delivered what amounted to a locker room speech to the country.
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April 23, 2010

Weekly Show

This week, Gwen will discuss Obama's message to Wall Street, the Senate scrambles on finance reform, the state of the auto industry, and the push for energy reform. And the conversation continues online as the panel takes your questions on financial reform, immigration reform and dig deeper on the auto industry's rebound.

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