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Fighting back against unemployment

CNN's Anderson Cooper revealed the network'sCNN's Anderson Cooper revealed the network's top ten CNN Heroes of 2009 on October 1. You can now vote for the CNN Hero of the Year, to be announced by Cooper on Thanksgiving Day. Each of the individuals in the top ten will receive $25,000, and the ultimate winner will receive an additional $100,000. Here are CNN's original stories on these remarkable people who are using their individual power to make huge differences in the world. Watch the videos here, then go to CNN and cast your vote on who should be CNN's Hero of the Year.

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Ali Velshi - Health care reform options

AC360 guest host Erica Hill speaks with Ali Velshi about possible avenues for health care reform.AC360 guest host Erica Hill speaks with Ali Velshi about possible avenues for health care reform. Integer eleifend porttitor ante; sed condimentum mauris vulputate sed. Etiam vitae ipsum nec est porttitor tempor ut vel nibh. Mauris sollicitudin semper turpis ornare fermentum. Phasellus viverra egestas scelerisque.

Health care reform and protests

President Jimmy Carter to declare that most of this protest was racial in nature.The Times editorial board praises President Obama for scrapping the missile defense shield in Eastern Europe, calling the program "immensely expensive technology that still doesn't work, designed for a threat that may never materialize." As various versions of health-care reform wend their contentious way around Washington, the board finds several weaknesses...

Tax hikes, spending cuts...now!

Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page says tax hikes or deep spending cuts are the only way the federal government’s finances can return to a surplus position.Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page says tax hikes or deep spending cuts are the only way the federal government's finances can return to a surplus  position. Page is the latest economic expert to suggest Finance Minister Jim Flaherty's plan to eliminate the deficit is unrealistic. "Based on our analysis, even the analysis we did a few months ago, it will be very difficult to see a surplus within the next five years without significant discretionary actions," Page said in an interview with Canwest News Service and Global National.

Flaherty, on the other hand, believes the natural growth of tax revenues when the economy returns to normal growth will be enough to clear the deficit. "As we come out (of recession) and the revenues get better, as they will, as the economy starts to grow, we will be able to work our way out of deficit, into surplus," Flaherty told reporters before leaving for Italy to attend meetings this weekend of G8 finance ministers. But Page said the Canadian economy is experiencing "massive structural changes" and, even when the recession ends, growth rates likely will be slower than Flaherty has predicted. Page cites the changes in the auto and forestry sectors as examples.

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