White House to take questions on jobs and competitiveness after State of the Union
WASHINGTON -- Jan. 21, 2011 (Saving Seafood) In an email sent today to subscribers of WhiteHouse.gov, David Plouffe, Senior Advisor to the President writes that in Tuesday's State of the Union Address (9 p.m. EST)., "The President will talk about what America needs to do to create jobs today, make America more competitive tomorrow, and win the future for our children and our country."
Members of the Commercial Fishing Industry who have feelings about how current Obama Administration policies are affecting jobs, competitiveness, and the future for their children and the country, may wish to participate in the online forum to take place immediately after the State of the Union, when, accoding to Mr. Plouffe "White House policy experts will be available at WhiteHouse.gov to discuss the issues the President raised in the speech and to take your questions and feedback."
The link to participate is:
Commerce Secretary Gary Locke is featured prominently in the promotional photo on the site, which appears to be from last year's State of the Union Address.
Accoording to Mr. Plouffe's email the White House has "also lined up a series of live online events with President Obama and other senior Administration officials on Wednesday and Thursday to answer as many of your questions as possible.
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