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Obama advisers signal Republican roles in administration

BIPARTISAN EFFORT President-elect Obama will not rule out having Republicans on board his team, said Valerie Jarrett, cochairwoman of the senator's transition team. BIPARTISAN EFFORT President-elect Obama will not rule out having Republicans on board his team, said Valerie Jarrett, cochairwoman of the senator's transition team.
By Farah Stockman and Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / November 10, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Top advisers to Barack Obama sent a strong message yesterday that Republicans will play a vital role in his administration, even as looming questions over healthcare and the economy are poised to stir partisan debate - and debate within the Democratic party - about the best way forward. (Full article: 584 words)

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