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Mayors Conference Push To End Wars In Iraq And Afghanistan

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In the resolution, the mayors say $126 billion is being spent each year on the wars. And they argue that money should be spent at home instead. They call for funding to create jobs, rebuild infrastructure, develop sustainable energy and provide for other needs.

This afternoon a bipartisan group of mayors heads to Washington to meet with the President. They are expected to share steps they’ve taken to create jobs and spur economic growth.

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