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Georgia Targets Free 'Obama Phones'



Georgia has become the first state to try to curtail a federal program that hands out free cellphones to low-income people. Gautham Nagesh reports on the News Hub.

Category: US
Length: 2 Minutes, 20 Seconds.
Published: 10/16/2013
Publisher: The Wall Street Journal






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Georgia Targets Free 'Obama Phones'

Georgia has become the first state to try to curtail a federal program that hands out free cellphones to low-income people. Gautham Nagesh reports on the News Hub.
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