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Analysis: Minimum wage plan a new test for Obama

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WASHINGTON (AP) — If anything illustrated President Barack Obama's new sense of self-confidence, it was his State of the Union call for an increase in the national minimum wage. For much of the past two years, the president and his aides have worked to shed an image that he was anti-business, to bury his once-upon-a-time dismissal of bankers as "fat cats," to invite corporate and...