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Election 2010 | Day-after resolve

With clashes likely, Obama, GOP talk of cooperation

President Obama and House Republican leader John Boehner (left) said they would work together. President Obama and House Republican leader John Boehner (left) said they would work together. (Win Mcnamee/ Getty Image)
By Matt Viser and Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / November 4, 2010

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WASHINGTON — President Obama, professing himself humbled by what he described as a shellacking by voters in mid-term elections Tuesday, said yesterday he is prepared to work seriously with the new Republican leadership in the House — despite being on an apparent collision course with the GOP on health care and deficit reduction. (Full article: 1146 words)

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