Obama Returns to Denver to Push Jobs Act

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

President Obama journeyed to Denver, Colorado on Tuesday, three years after he visited the city to accept his party’s nomination for the White House, and spoke at the 80,000-seat football stadium to excited supporters. This time, the president was in Denver to drum up support for his $450 billion jobs plan. Obama hopes Congress will pass the bill and create jobs for the millions of Americans out of work.

Nathan Heffel, reporter from Takeaway affiliate station KUVO in Denver, was at the Obama's speech yesterday, and talks about the audience's reaction.

Guests:

Nathan Heffel

Produced by:

Susie Warhurst

Comments [1]

listener

"My question to Congress is, what are earth are you waiting for"?
He has been President for 32 months with a Democrat Congress for two years spending trillions with no significant job growth to show for it. Could not that question have been asked of him and his party during that whole time?

Sep. 28 2011 09:42 AM

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