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    In his weekly radio address, President Bush said, "I urge Congress to get the "Ensuring Continued Access to Student Loans Act" to my desk as soon as possible. A delay of even a week or two may make it impossible for this legislation to help students going to school this fall. By working together to improve and enact this legislation quickly, we can ensure that higher education remains within the reach for all those who've earned it. And we can ensure that America's college students can spend more time next fall thinking about their textbooks than their pocketbooks."

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    Brazil's Rousseff cuts opponent's lead in presidential race

    Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff reacts during a news conference at the Alvorada Palace in BrasiliaBy Anthony Boadle BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has recovered ground and would be tied in popular support with opposition politician Marina Silva in a runoff vote in October, a new poll showed on Tuesday, though a festering corruption scandal threatens to complicate Rousseff's re-election bid. The poll showed that Silva, an environmentalist, would win a likely runoff election against Rousseff with 45.5 percent of the vote against 42.7 percent for the incumbent, a statistical tie within the poll's margin of error. The previous survey by polling firm MDA had shown Silva with a six percentage point lead. The MDA poll showed Rousseff winning the first round of voting on Oct. 5 with 38.1 percent, up from 34.2 percent in the previous poll.




    Brazil's Silva, a lifelong environmentalist, courts big agriculture

    Presidential candidate Silva attends a meeting with businessmen in Rio de JaneiroBy Reese Ewing SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian presidential candidate Marina Silva, an icon of the green movement, is cozying up to old adversaries in the sugar and ethanol industry as she seeks to win over the powerful farm lobby ahead of next month's election. Since entering the race in mid-August, Silva has picked a pro-agriculture congressman as her running mate, met repeatedly with agribusiness leaders and campaigned in the farm belt, eager to make allies in an industry that accounts for a quarter of Brazil's economy. Her message: conservation and big agriculture would thrive side-by-side in a Silva government and she would roll back the gasoline subsidies that President Dilma Rousseff has used to contain inflation. The fuel price controls have gutted Brazil's once-booming sugar cane ethanol industry.




    Exclusive: Brazil's Silva would cut spending, end forex intervention program

    Presidential candidate Marina Silva of Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB) speaks during a news conference at the Art Museum of Rio de JaneiroBy Alonso Soto BRASILIA (Reuters) - Marina Silva would push for large budget cuts and end a central bank foreign exchange program aimed at supporting the currency if she is elected Brazil’s next president in October, a senior economic adviser told Reuters on Thursday. Alexandre Rands, an economist who helped draft Silva's economic plan, said she could cut up to 100 billion reais ($43 billion) - or about 2 percent of gross domestic product - in budget spending next year to send a strong signal to investors worried about the deterioration of public finances. Our priority is to control inflation in order to create an environment that will allow Brazil to grow more," he said in an interview that provided some of the most specific guidance yet about Silva's financial policies. Silva, an environmentalist whom polls show is running neck-to-neck with President Dilma Rousseff in a likely runoff next month, has encouraged many investors with her market-friendly economic platform, which includes giving the central bank full independence.




     
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    Andrew Romanoff's past and Mike Coffman's spending attract criticism
    In the feisty and finger-pointing race to represent a large swath of Denver's suburbs in Congress, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman and Democrat Andrew Romanoff each has faced recent questions about how they're paying for their campaigns.

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    WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress returns to work Monday with a basic task — act fast to keep the government open and then race home to campaign.

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    Candidates in the largest congressional district in Polk County have been slow to organize and even slower to take to the streets and campaign door to door.

    Obama's Mideast war plan to face sterner examination from Congress after elections
    WASHINGTON — As far as Congress is concerned, President Barack Obama's Mideast war strategy isn't in the clear yet. The president got what he wanted this past week when the House and Senate overwhelmingly approved arming and training moderate Syrian rebels to fight Islamic State militants.

    Obama's Mideast war plan to face sterner examination from Congress after elections
    WASHINGTON — As far as Congress is concerned, President Barack Obama's Mideast war strategy isn't in the clear yet. The president got what he wanted this past week when the House and Senate overwhelmingly approved arming and training moderate Syrian rebels to fight Islamic State militants.

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