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'Shop Talk': Jobs Plan, 'Credible' Threat, GOP Debate

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The Barbershop guys join host Michel Martin to discuss the new jobs plan that President Obama presented to Congress Thursday. They also talk about what U.S. officials call a "credible" potential terrorist threat, coinciding with the Sept. 11 anniversary; and the GOP debate Wednesday.
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