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President’s “State of the Union” speech draws mixed reactions

By on January 25th, 2012

President Barack Obama gave his 4th “State of the Union” address Tuesday night.  As Caitlin Lawrence reports, the speech which centered on the putting American back to work and new energy resources for the future as well as immigration reform is drawing mixed reviews.

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WLRN Miami Herald News correspondent Elizabeth Wynne Johnson contributed reporting.


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