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Obama's Day: Citizens ask questions via the Web

March 26, 2009
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WASHINGTON—President Barack Obama is hosting a town-hall meeting on the economy at the White House.

In a twist, people all over the country can submit questions via the Internet. It's a resource that let him reach out to huge numbers of people during the campaign and which he's been mobilizing as president.

There will also be an in-person audience of about 100 people, including teachers, nurses, small-business owners and community leaders.

The session will be held in the East Room, the same room where Obama held his prime-time news conference Tuesday night.

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