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Did the Labor Department mislead Congress on jobs program's record?

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A $455 million federal program designed to help people put out of work by free trade helped less than one out of 10 applicants find a job, according to a new inspector general's report. Roughly 1 person in every 12 who applied to the federal labor department's Trade Adjustment Assistance program was able to find a job due to the program's efforts. This latest report stands in stark contrast...

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