Obama's State of the Union Reaffirms Progressive Vision

With much emphasis put on equal voting opportunities,immigration reform, education, safety, and economic equality, President Obama reaffirms the progressive vision for our country. He stood up for all Americans, and advocated for those who have fallen behind or need a little extra help. He pledged to make this country better, both through market-oriented and government policies.

He reflected a vision held by millennials about what we want our world to be. Read more about what we care about here: http://www.rooseveltcampusnetwork.org/govbyandfor

 

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Lydia Austin

Lydia is a graduate of the University of Michigan Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, and the former Roosevelt Institute | Campus Network Senior Fellow in Economic Policy. She currently works at the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. She cares about wealth inequality, our broken tax system, and promoting a more equitable society.

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