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Obama speaks at Baseball Hall of Fame

President pushes tourism initiative

A crowd cheers as President Obama's motorcade leaves the National Baseball Hall of Fame following a tourism speech in Cooperstown, NY on Thursday, May 22, 2014.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
A crowd cheers as President Obama's motorcade leaves the National Baseball Hall of Fame following a tourism speech in Cooperstown, NY on Thursday, May 22, 2014.
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Cooperstown gets caught up in the moment. Click HERE. President Barack Obama visited Cooperstown on Thursday, using the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum as the backdrop to announce new initiatives aimed at attracting more visitors to the United States. Obama is calling on the secretaries of Commerce and Homeland Security to cut the entry time for travelers at 15 of the country’s largest airports, along with efforts to enhance airport technology and boost ...


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