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Obama: No Decision On Oil Pipeline From Canada

President Barack Obama said Wednesday his administration has made no decision on whether a Canadian company can proceed with plans for a transnational oil pipeline to Texas.

A protester during Obama's appearance at the University of Colorado Denver yelled out that the president should say no to the contested Keystone XL project

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‘Pay As You Earn’ May Help With UM Student Loans

President Obama unveiled the ‘Pay as You Earn’ plan while in Denver speaking to college students to help ease the burden of paying back student loans. I spoke with University of Montana Financial Aid Director Kent McGowan Thursday afternoon about how the President’s plan would affect students here in Missoula. That interview is attached.

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Baucus Votes In Favor Of Debt Deal

Montana’s Senior U.S. Senator Max Baucus voted yesterday in support of the bipartisan compromise to avoid default and cut the deficit by more than $2 trillion dollars.  President Obama signed the compromise into law shortly after it cleared the U.S. Senate. Baucus says it’s very important that both political parties work well together.

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Obama Signs Legislation To Avert Default

It isn't something that could wait until tomorrow -- not without risking a government default on its debts. So, President Barack Obama has signed the emergency legislation to raise the nation's borrowing limit, a little more than an hour after it won Senate approval.

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Obama Adviser Lauds Deal, Says It Must Be Passed

A top adviser to President Barack Obama says reaching a debt-limit accord that avoids a government default lifts a big cloud over the economy.

David Plouffe tells CBS's "The Early Show" Obama isn't worried about perceptions of weakness in dealing with House Republicans, saying "we're not concerned about any of that."

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Guilty of Corruption! How Much Time Could Rod Blagojevich Serve Behind Bars?

Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich was convicted Monday of nearly all of the 20 charges of corruption that had been brought against him.

A jury found Blagojevich guilty of 17 out of the 20 charges brought against him. He was acquitted on one count of bribery and the jury was unable to reach verdicts on two counts of attempted extortion, CNN reported.

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Governor Asks President To Declare State Disaster

Gov. Brian Schweitzer is asking President Barack Obama to declare a major disaster for Montana due to flooding.

Schweitzer sent his request Wednesday, saying the size and severity of the flooding requires a response beyond the capabilities of state and local governments.

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Obama Will Visit Tornado Ravaged Joplin

Michelle Obama is already in the Mid-West as her husband President Barack Obama plans his visit this weekend. Over one hundred people are dead and many are still missing as Joplin, Missouri experienced a EF-4 tornado Sunday.

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