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The President speaks about Project Rebuild, part of the American Jobs act that will help the private sector put construction workers back to work rehabilitating vacant or abandoned homes and businesses, which will help stabilize home prices across the country.
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The President recognizes the 2010 National Medal of Science and National Medal of Technology and Innovation recipients.
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The two leaders discussed the death of Muammar el-Qaddafi and the progress that has been made in Libya.
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The President recognizes the 13 recipients of the Presidential Citizens Medal, one of the highest honors a civilian can receive.
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Sixth stop on the American Jobs Act Bus Tour.
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First Lady Michelle Obama announces commitments from 270 companies to hire 25,000 veterans and their spouses.
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Fourth stop on the American Jobs Act Bus Tour.
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Third stop on the American Jobs Act Bus Tour.
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Second stop on the American Jobs Act Bus Tour.
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First stop on the American Jobs Act Bus Tour.
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In his remarks at The National Mall President Obama said, "For this day, we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s return to the National Mall. In this place, he will stand for all time, among monuments to those who fathered this nation and those who defended it; a black preacher with no official rank or title who somehow gave voice to our deepest dreams and our most lasting ideals, a man who stirred our conscience and thereby helped make our union more perfect."
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In his remarks to the workers of the Lake Orion, Michigan General Motors plant, President Obama said, "two years ago it looked like this plant was going to have to shut its doors. All these jobs would have been lost. The entire community would have been devastated. And the same was true for communities all across the Midwest. And I refused to let that happen."