'Let's Get It Done': Obama's Challenge to His Opponents
President Obama unveiled his broad agenda in his State of the Union address - and sent a clear message to Republicans that there is more to do that just worry about deficit cutting.
He offered multiple challenges to his opponents, repeatedly saying "Send me a bill," "Let's get it done" and "I will sign it."
Mr. Obama called for an increase in the federal minimum wage, immigration reform and new initiatives of climate change.
He said more spending was needed on pre-school education, high...
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