State of the Union address
From calling for the police to be funded to making fleeting references to issues that disproportionately affect Black people, the president's speech left much to be desired.
Joseph "JoJo" Burgess, a steelworker from suburban Pittsburgh, was invited to sit in Jill Biden's viewing box during the 2022 State of the Union address. President Biden will likely reference Burgess in reference to the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
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Setting a vision for America's future, the president -- in what was his shortest speech in two terms -- put policy aside to focus on the gains America has made in the economy, health care, and education in the past seven years.
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