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Labor Report Has Romney And Obama On Down Note

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After the conventions, the presidential candidates are back to wooing voters on a smaller stage. Both President Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney traveled to New Hampshire and Iowa Friday. As NPR's Scott Horsley reports, both of their messages were colored by some bad news on the jobs' front.
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