Justin Sink
The Hill
January 18, 2014

obama_camera_wh_photoPresident Obama vowed to use his executive authority to usher in a “year of action” even if Congress remains gridlocked, he said in his weekly address.

“Where Congress isn’t acting, I’ll act on my own to put opportunity within reach for anyone who’s willing to work for it,” the president said.

Obama pointed to a recent trip to North Carolina to announce the formation of a new public-private manufacturing institute as evidence of how he could act alone to spur economic activity.

“It’s a partnership between companies, colleges, and the federal government focused on making sure American businesses and American workers win the race for high-tech manufacturing and the jobs that come with it – jobs that can help people and communities willing to work hard punch their ticket into the middle class,” Obama said.

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