HONOLULU – After returning to Washington on Sunday from a two-week vacation in Hawaii, President Barack Obama will spend the days before his Jan. 20 State of the Union address trying to sell Americans on his coming economic policy proposals.
Mr. Obama plans to roll out legislative proposals and executive actions over the week on issues including housing, manufacturing and higher education, White House spokesman Eric Schultz said. He will do so while traveling the country highlighting progress in the economy, Mr. Schultz said.
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