- Obama's 54-minute talk focused on job growth, decreased unemployment, Obamacare, student loan debt and entrepreneurship. He also called for a higher minimum wage and equal pay for women.
- — Scott Sutton (@ScottSutton5)Thu, Oct 02 2014 19:06:03
- — Vang Lian Tombing (@vang_lian)Fri, Oct 03 2014 09:36:51In Illinois Speech, Obama Trumpets Economic Success as Midterm Vote Nears: Speaking at Northwestern University... http://nyti.ms/YYmdlz
- — Samuel Niiro (@emperorniiro)Thu, Oct 02 2014 18:32:47Obama lauds Rahm for work with community colleges, but silent on public schools. CPS battle too controversial for WH, presumably. #NUObama
- — White House Live (@WHLive)Thu, Oct 02 2014 18:29:40"The 2nd cornerstone of this new foundation is preparing our children and our workers to fill the jobs of the future." —Obama #AmericaLeads
- — ABC 7 Chicago (@ABC7Chicago)Thu, Oct 02 2014 18:26:22Obama economic cornerstones include "new investments in energy and technologies that make America a magnet for middle class jobs"
- — AP Politics (@AP_Politics)Thu, Oct 02 2014 18:24:22
- — Samuel Niiro (@emperorniiro)Thu, Oct 02 2014 18:20:28Obama walking careful line today: must promote own role in recovery, while acknowledging economic stress still felt by families. #NUObama
President Obama Touts Economic Successes in Northwestern Speech
President Obama completed his two-day swing through Chicago with a speech about the economy at Northwestern University's Kellogg School. -- Compiled by Emily Brosious and Mike Reilley
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