Remarks at a Town Hall Meeting and a Question-and-Answer Session in College Park, Maryland

Obama, Barack
July 2011
Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents;7/22/2011, p1
Government Documents
The article presents the speech of U.S. President Barack Obama addressed during a town hall meeting and a question-and-answer forum in College Park, Maryland on July 22, 2011 concerning various U.S. issues including federal debt, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, and healthcare reform. Obama also entertained several questions from the audience after his speech. One question raised the issue of faith-based organizations.


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