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Today at the White House, Jul. 17, 2006

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After a visit with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Germany, President Bush traveled to St. Petersburg, Russia to participate in the G-8 Summit. During the meeting, leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union will discuss continued cooperation on a broad range of international economic, security, and political issues.

Discuss Indy 500
Sam Hornish Jr., 2006 Indianapolis 500 Champion, will answer your questions during his visit to the White House Tuesday at 12 PM ET. Submit a question
Strong U.S. Economy
Economic growth continues with 121,000 new jobs created in June. There have been over 5.4 million new jobs created since August of 2003, and the unemployment rate is at 4.6 percent, below the averages of the 1960's, '70s, '80s and '90s. Click here to learn more about the President's pro-growth policies.
President Bush is committed to comprehensive immigration reform that secures America's borders, improves enforcement of immigration laws, and upholds our values. Click here to learn more.
Energy Security
President Bush's four part plan to confront high gas prices includes making sure consumers and taxpayers are treated fairly, promoting greater fuel efficiency, boosting our crude oil and gasoline supplies, and for the long term, investing aggressively in alternatives to gasoline, so that we can eliminate the root cause of high gas prices by diversifying away from oil. Click here to learn more.

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