Jarrett back in Chicago with president’s economic message

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One of President Obama’s most trusted advisors was back in Chicago Monday talking about boosting the economy.

White House senior advisor Valerie Jarrett joined Mayor Emanuel and others at University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business for a discussion about the goals stated in the president’s latest State of the Union address.

The president has called 2014 ” a year of action” where opportunity would be created for all Americans.

Jarrett and others talked about the roles Chicago and other major cities would have in achieving that goal.

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    • Diane

      You're not referring to the fact that Obama's Census Bureau has been telling us that Unemployment has been steadily going down for the past 60 months. If we were to believe all this administration has told us., unemployment should be about 3 percent right now.

      Lets not forget …the economy has turned around and the housing market is great. Love that Hope and Change.

  • Gwendolyn

    Yes,,,Create more opportunities to destroy the people via your U.N. takeover of America plan. Thanks for your,,,,,Agenda 21 and ,,,,selling us out.

  • guest

    Bicycles for everyone,,,no more a/c ,,,,,tainted water if you have any,,,,and get out of them suburbs while they wreck your roads ,orange barrels and fire drills every day and of course,,,,,its all because of "Global Warming". All we have to do is just give up a few little things like,,, our freedom.

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