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In 2009, David Greene took a road trip across the country to mark President Obama's first 100 days in office, and tried to get a sense of how people were faring in the recession. Today, he talks again with Army Specialist Jeff Taylor. In 2009, Taylor re-enlisted and went back to Iraq because his family couldn't afford for him not to return. But now Taylor and his wife are facing a new level of economic difficulty.
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