Obama visits Lorain County
President Barack Obama visits Lorain County

Video of President Obama’s Town Hall at Lorain County Community College (click here)

By: Dirtdigger , Chronicle-Telegram
Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

Lorain County will be back in the national spotlight tonight following President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address.Among the coverage being planned by CBS News are interviews with Elyrians, who will discuss Obama’s speech with CBS anchor Katie Couric in a Webcast, CBS announced in a news release Tuesday.
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By: Roboblogger
Wednesday, January 27, 2010

President Barack Obama takes questions during a town hall style meeting at Lorain County Community College in Elyria, Ohio. Obama is emerging from a year in Washington that, he now says, has left the public with a sense of \”remoteness and detachment\” from what he\’s been trying to do.
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By: Zimbio
January 21, 2010 At 2.41

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during a town hall meeting with Ohio students, workers, local leaders and small business owners at Ewing Field House on the campus of Lorain County Community College on January 22, 2010 in Elyria, Ohio. President Obama spoke on the ideas for continuing to grow the economy and put Americans back to work and then spent the day in the Lorain County area discussing with Ohioans the challenges they are facing.
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By: Peter Nicholas,Christi Parsons
JANUARY 27, 2010

President Barack Obama in his State of the Union address tonight will return to a tactic he has used before in moments of crisis by delivering a potentially game-changing speech — this time seeking to convince skeptical voters that he can create jobs, curb spending and restore prosperity.But the present challenge to Obama\’s trademark eloquence is exceptionally daunting. Voter discontent threatens to cut back Democratic strength in Congress and confront Obama with the specter of stalemate less than two years into his presidency.
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By: Staff & Major Garrette, FOXNews
January 26, 2010, 7:00 a.m.

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President Obama, after spending hundreds of billions his first year, now is seeking a partial three-year federal spending freeze that would reduce budgets by less than 1 percent.

The drop-in-the-bucket nature of the president\’s proposal was underscored Tuesday by a Congressional Budget Office estimate projecting the 2010 federal deficit to hit $1.35 trillion — Obama\’s spending freeze would be expected to save up to $15 billion the first year.

The president will propose the congressional freeze on \”non-security\” spending in his State of the Union address Wednesday night, senior administration officials said. The freeze, which would apply to annual spending on day-to-day government,  appears to be an attempt to answer widespread voter concern about rising deficits and debt.
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By: Alison Meaney,The Sun News
January 26, 2010,At 1:41 pm

Lorain County Community College will share a stage with Broadway professionals in the premier of Joanna Rush’s newest play, “Home Sweet Homeland” at 7:30 p.m., January 29 and January 30 in the Studio Theatre at LCCC’s Stocker Arts Center at Lorain County Community College, located at 1005 Abbe Rd. North in Elyria.
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By: Katherine Ling, Greenwire
January 25, 2010

A Senate Environment and Public Works subcommittee this week will highlight solar energy and clean energy job opportunities as President Obama and Democrats continue to work on economic recovery and job creation. Obama appeared at Lorain County Community College in Ohio on Friday to urge Congress to pass legislation that includes incentives for training in clean energy such as making solar panels and windmill blades.
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January 25, 2010

During a town hall meeting at Lorain County Community College in Ohio on Friday, President Obama said that he will not turn his back on health care reform because of recent setbacks for Democrats, CQ HealthBeat reports.
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January 25, 2010

Obama on the road Friday, at a town hall in Elyria, Ohio, takes on a new combative tack in confronting the health-care debacle and accusations he has taken his eye off the economy (supposed cause of the Massachusetts setback). In more blatantly identifying himself as a fighter – something his policies already show to be true – Obama is embracing the same tactic by which Hillary Clinton turned around her race for the nomination, winning big-state primaries Ohio and Pennsylvania and nearly capturing the prize.
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By: Glenn Thrush & David Rogers,POLITICO
January 25,2010 At 7:56 pm

President Obama plans to announce a three-year freeze on discretionary, “non-security” spending in the lead-up to Wednesday’s State of the Union address, Hill Democratic sources familiar with the plan tell POLITICO.
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