* Obama says proposal would fight joblessness * White House signals priority after elections (Changes dateline, previous WASHINGTON; adds Obama remarks) By Matt Spetalnick BELTSVILLE, Md, Oct 29 (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama touted a proposal on Friday to provide tax relief for businesses, calling on Democrats and Republicans to join together after Tuesday's election to boost the economy. Days before Republicans are expected to make major gains in congressional polls, ...
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