WASHINGTON, Jan 17 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's jobs council is calling for a corporate tax overhaul, expanded domestic drilling and new regulatory reforms, a set of proposals unlikely to provide a quick fix for high unemployment or gain much traction in an election year.
A panel of business leaders advising Obama -- whose re-election chances could hinge on whether he can boost the fragile U.S. economy -- will offer its latest job-creation prescriptions at a White House meeting with him on Tuesday. A draft of its report was obtained by Reuters. (Editing By Peter Cooney)
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