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Article II, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution requires the president to come before Congress to provide a report on the State of the Union. Just days ago, Members of Congress gathered in the House chambers to hear the president’s address. I had hoped this address would lay out a specific agenda that leads to economic growth and job creation. However, it was clear that President Obama’s fifth State of the Union address was more of the same: another politically charged speech filled with empty promises.
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