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Texas Governor  Rick Perry  is visiting California this week, touting a TV ad campaign he claims cost $300,000.

He's baack…Texas Governor Rick Perry's Latest Trip to California

Texas Governor Rick Perry is visiting California this week, touting a TV ad campaign he claims cost $300,000.

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As the Great Recession rolls on, unemployment benefits have already been extended more than ever before. But the jobless picture has not improved, and the extensions have run out.

Are the Out-of-Work about to Be Out of Benefits?

As the Great Recession rolls on, unemployment benefits have already been extended more than ever before. But the jobless picture has not improved, and the extensions have run out.

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As the Great Recession grinds on, more than two million Americans have had their unemployment benefits cut off this moth could get them back.

Are the Out-of-Work about to Be Out of Benefits?

As the Great Recession grinds on, more than two million Americans have had their unemployment benefits cut off this moth could get them back.

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