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The 2015 Enhanced State of the Union

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The 2015 Enhanced State of the Union

  1. 1. 2015 S'TlT'E *OFTHE* UI4|()hl #SOTU
  2. 2. AMERICAN BUSINESSES HAVE ADDED 11.2 MILLION PRIVATE-SECTOR JOBS IN THE PAST 58 MONTHS
  3. 3. OUR UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BEAT THE FORECASTS AND FELL FASTER THAN IN ANY YEAR SINCE 1984 UNEMPLOYMENT 1 0% 9% 8% 7% 6% 5% 1&9 2010 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 #LaadOn. Iobs
  4. 4. THE HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUT RATE REACHED AN ALL-TIME LOW, DRIVEN BY IMPROVEMENTS AMONG AFRICAN-AMERICANS & HISPANICS 18.3% 12.7% 9.9% °'°°"’ 7.5% 6.6% I "Am 43% I ALL STUDENTS HISPANICS WHITES AFRI - AMER S #LeadOnEducation
  5. 5. , Em an i-ea in -‘er, 4; " A Mia . .i~; i*E 2 T A-ta ~ A153 E i. THAT'S ALMOST TWICE THE COMBINED SEATING OF EVERY SINGLE NFL, NBA, MLB, AND NHL STADIUM . I . -' " _4r‘ . ' , r .0 _ . v = ' i J’- ». -": .**.7:-e-«. .. --. .,. __. -«'1: o _r" « -----vi--ea. ‘-ear: ;; o.. —:; ~.. -. -_. .. “' , oo‘’. , , - 0 4. — T: A". .‘<‘: ‘°? .*. ~-. .—— - ~-: ‘ pr. ‘-cr,4 «V 5-! _(Ic! tr, u(. ~‘A 5IO: r7A.01.’A 11007 and no-vVAtI~A no-. vA. ~1 «A snouvulu 99-1 MI NA $1-ONT AH ——-———— —- . ..___. ... ... ... ... ... ... _._____. _.. ___. _.. .._. _.. ;._ ¢’. ;.; ~_~. _:__. .._: __ ' ’ ‘ ' .4. . ‘- g ' ' '1 X 3 . '. - / $ I I 1 . - 1 ‘. ' - . ' ’_‘- _ ‘ Al ‘ i . ’, " C - r . ‘ ' 2 ; -c. ‘cw ~/ . » A i v ~ I 1 i . vi -, " Io’ , . I 0
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  7. 7. ~ I , . -1, 1 I 1 - i 3 94 ' l l / "A , ‘ . 0"’ . I , . ' ‘I / _ Q. I ‘ V“ / ‘ V I‘ _. Q A T‘ I :3 cf , ‘. ~»- 3"‘: ' - ‘_6 g I i I . ——_: .. ,- President Obama has lunch with Rebekah Erler in Minneapolis on June 26, 2014
  8. 8. ‘§-‘W . i I I ; ‘_ ‘ . - _ ‘ ‘ I ‘ -I / ‘I. / ' ‘. ‘> _ 2 V I’i I N ‘ g V ‘| ‘ , . i ' “~- W. .1 / I ‘l ‘i. l AW , A , . . ’ II. . ' ‘I ‘- 1 - 0A 7 9 President Obama greets Rebekah Erler's son in Minneapolis on June 27, 2014 . _ if “-- I / /‘I
  9. 9. ‘WHEN THE PRESIDENT TOOK OFFICE: WERE LOST PER MONTH WERE GOING INTO FORECLOSURE ANNUALLY WAS ON THE BRINK OF COLLAPSE
  10. 10. WE'VE HAD 58 STRAIGHT MONTHS OF JOB GROWTH, THE LONGEST STREAK ON RECORD wok President Obama takes office 21101: 103 GAIN/ LOSS 8 3 -600k -BIIOII Jan ' #LeadOn. lobs
  11. 11. THE U. S. IS LESS DEPENDENT ON FOREIGN OIL THAN WE'VE BEEN IN ALMOST THREE DECADES Million Barrels a Day - Net Crude Oil Imports - U. S. Crude Oil Production I : OBAMA ADMIISTIIATICM 1987 1990 1993 1996 1999 2002 2(II5 2008 2011 2014 #LeadOnEnergy
  12. 12. WE'RE GENERATING MORE WIND ELECTRICITY THAN ANY OTHER COUNTRY NET ELECTRICITY GENERATION - WIND (2013) wmo PRODUCTION (GWH) 100k 160k Mllk 120k Illllk Illlk 60k lallk 20k GERMANY SPAIN CHINA USA #ActOnC| imatc
  13. 13. WE'RE GENERATING MORE THAN THAN WE WERE IN 2008
  14. 14. THE AVERAGE COST OF A GALLON OF GAS IN THE U. S. TODAY
  15. 15. SINCE 2013, 34 STATES HAVE INCREASED FUNDING FOR PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS THAT'S OVER $1 BILLION IN NEW RESOURCES FOR EARLY EDUCATION
  16. 16. UNDER PRESIDENT OBAMA, PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS ARE HANDING OUT MORE DIPLOMAS THAN EVER BEFORE 2007-08 2008-09 2009 -10 2010-11 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATE #Lead0nEducation
  17. 17. ‘ b Consumer Financial Protection Bureau THE CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU HAS: + Put $4.8 billion in the pockets of 15 million wronged consumers + Established mortgage rules to protect consumers at every step + Prevented abuse in credit card, debt collection, and student loan servicing markets + Handled over 500,000 consumer complaints NOT BAD FOR THREE YEARS‘ WORK. SOURCE: CFPB
  18. 18. WITH THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: Ii I am a wife and mother to two young children, ages 6 and 10. I am recovering and alive becausel hadinsurance. 5! ASTRID CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA
  19. 19. U. S. Declares Bank and Auto Bailouts Over, and Profitable. 5! NEW YORK TIMES DECEMBER 19, 2014 _. aL= : O 4 / “% . } _ . __
  20. 20. UNDER PRESIDENT OBAMA, WE'VE REDUCED THE DEFICIT FROM 9.8% OF OUR ECONOMY TO BELOW 3% PERCENT OF GDP, FISCAL YEAR 12 10 9.8% 2W9 2010 2011 2012 2013 201/.
  21. 21. Third-quarter U. S. economic growth strongest in 11 years 5! REUTERS DECEMBER 23, 2014 #LeadOnJobs
  22. 22. BRINKMANSHIP HAS SEVERE ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES WHEN REPUBLICANS THREATENED DEFAULT IN 2011: + Consumer confidence plunged toward financial crisis-level lows + Stocks dropped 17 percent WHEN REPUBLICANS SHUT DOWN THE GOVERNMENT IN 2013: + Taxpayers lost more than $2.5 billion
  23. 23. WITHOUT THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: I would now be nearly $24,000 in debt with no way to pay for it. APRIL WEST PADUCAH, KENTUCKY
  24. 24. -1 V $, .1:. »n. . _ I ' / H? I / , p ‘S y_/ ‘ 5-‘. / pp :4 “ U. S. small business confidence at eight-year high; job openings rise REUTERS JANUARY 13, 2015 #Lead0nJobs
  25. 25. CHILD CARE COSTS MORE THAN PUBLIC COLLEGE IN 31/50 STATES & o. c.
  26. 26. SOCIAL SECURITY: Without it, more than 20 million additional Americans would fall below the poverty line
  27. 27. THE PRESIDENT'S PLAN CAN PUT THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS BACK IN THE POCKETS OF WORKING FAMILIES HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES: A . Larger child care tax credit for M a family with two young kids: $61000 A tax credit for two working parents: $500 Lower mortgage premium for buying a new home: $900 Q Simplified college tax credit 7 for students and families: $2500 fil #Midd| eClassTaxCuts
  28. 28. RICHMOND, CALIFORNIA: 1943 Approximately 35 Richmond-area nursery school units were established to provide child care for women working in the Kaiser shipyards. AT ITS PEAK, THE CITY-WIDE CHILD CARE PROGRAM HAD A TOTAL DAILY ATTENDANCE OF 1,400 CHILDREN. .2?’ . ‘ [, v I 3‘ ; ,_‘ < ‘ f g A V _‘ I . . E ‘ 3-’ 2' g 5 - * E <2 at? Q H ‘’v_ ’. ' vl’¢‘. 't , ,_~ It .4-‘I
  29. 29. 63% OF FAMILIES WITH KIDS HAVE EITHER TWO WORKING PARENTS OR A SINGLE PARENT THE MAJORITY OF FAMILIES DO NOT HAVE A STAY-AT-HOME PARENT TO PROVIDE CARE
  30. 30. FAMILIES BELOW THE POVERTY LINE SPENT FAR MORE OF THEIR INCOME ON CHILD CARE THAN OTHER FAMILIES Portion of income spent on child care 30% 2 0% 1 0% 0 °/ o BELOW ABOVE THE POVERTY LINE THE POVERTY LINE #SOTU
  31. 31. Tripling the maximum child care tax credit to $3,000 per kid and cutting taxes for 5.1 million families Making major investments in child care access, quality, and affordability
  32. 32. OTHER COUNTRIES STARTED PROVIDING PAID MATERNITY LEAVE MORE THAN 100 YEARS AGO 1909: Norway 1950: Italy 1911: Germany 1954: Israel, Belgium 1917: Mexico 1957: Austria 1925: Chile 1960: Denmark 1927: Hungary, 1963: Finland Slovenia 1966: Netherlands 1928: Slovakia, 1969: Greece Czech Republic 1971; can“; 19293 5P3i|1 1975: Iceland, U. K. 19313 5W°d°" 1976: Portugal 19353 China 1981: Ireland 1946: France, Estonia 1937; sum. Korea 19473 13133“ 2002: New Zealand 19483 I’°I3'“I 2004: Switzerland 2010: Australia #l. eadOnl. eave
  33. 33. PARENTS WITHOUT PAID SICK DAYS ARE 70% MORE LIKELY TO SEND A SICK CHILD TO SCHOOL #Lead0nLeave
  34. 34. THE INCREASE OF WOMEN IN THE WORKFORCE SINCE 1970 HAS GROWN OUR ECONOMY BY 13.5%. .. NOW IMAGINE IF THEY'D BEEN PAID FAIRLY I souuu (, EA(AL(, ULAI| ()N5
  35. 35. THE AVERAGE WOMAN WILL HAVE LOST $420,000 OVER HER WORKING LIFETIME BECAUSE OF THE EARNINGS GAP Based on median annual earnings of and assumi eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ar eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee S.
  36. 36. IF YOU'RE A FULL-TIME MINIMUM WAGE WORKER IN A FAMILY OF TWO, YOU EARN $14,500 IN WAGES A YEAR
  37. 37. IF YOU'RE A FULL-TIME MINIMUM WAGE WORKER IN A FAMILY OF TWO, YOU EARN $14,500 IN WAGES A YEAR THAT LEAVES YOU BELOW THE POVERTY LINE #RaiseTheWage
  38. 38. TODAY, THE FEDERAL MINIMUM WAGE IS WORTH ABOUT 20% LESS THAN IT WAS WHEN RONALD REAGAN TOOK OFFICE
  39. 39. I would be an irresponsible employer if I provided jobs that could not support housing stability and health security. PAUL SAGINAW CO-FOUE’-! D|i~‘G PARTNER, Z| l‘~! GERi». Hi"'S CO. ’.1.1.. UHITY OF BUSINESSES
  40. 40. RAISING THE WAGE HAS REAL EFFECTS: MY FAMILY WOULDN'T HAVE TO CHOOSE BETWEEN BUYING GROCERIES OR PAYING OUR MORTGAGE. DESIREE RINCON, GA #RaiseTheWage
  41. 41. THE ORIGINAL GI BILL EDUCATED PRODUCING:
  42. 42. PEOPLE WITH AN ASSOC| ATE'S DEGREE EARN 25% MORE THAN PEOPLE WHO NEVER ATTENDED COLLEGE $59,000 HIGH SCHOOL SOME COL E- OCIATE'S BACHELOITS WM PLE'| 'lOII NO DEG EOREE DEGREE #LeadOnEducation
  43. 43. RAISE THE QUALITY LOWER THE COST COMAIIIJNITY COLTIBEGE ZERO
  44. 44. WE'RE MAKING TWO YEARS OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE FREE: I Benefiting 9 million students I Saving the average full-time student $3,800 per year : *z x%—_* . %—-.1. ‘$- ’ ‘l 4: T’ x, -' ’: ,' V T‘ I I r l _ v ‘ -h , ' ‘ ! _V _V r e I ‘ E ‘ , _ . _ 7 ‘-1 gj- An‘ 1-. I “ T v X: -g‘ ‘ T T, . T T l _*‘_’_r: 1 A ,3 We = r #FreeCommunityCoIIege I T , ‘ -T‘ - i * 5 ‘fig
  45. 45. 71% or STUDENTS GRADUATE WITH ‘DEBT AVERAGING $29,400’
  46. 46. 87% OF APPRENTICES GET A JOB WITH AN AVERAGE STARTING WAGE OF MORE THAN $50,000 AFTER COMPLETING THEIR PROGRAMS #I. eadOnJobs
  47. 47. MEET GLENN TUSSING, MANPOWER EXPERT AT THE WALT DISNEY COMPANY, HE'S USING LOGISTICS SKILLS HE HONED IN THE AIR FORCE.
  48. 48. ] SINCE 2013, VA HAS REDUCED E BACKLOG or ERANS WAITING FOR HEALTH , ."BENEI= rrs av 50% 2* E’ E A‘ / ;
  49. 49. Since enrolling in the Cyber program, I HAVE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO REINVENT MYSELF AND LEARN A NEW SET OF SKILLS THAT HAS POSITIONED ME TO BE ON FOREFRONT OF CYBER TECHNOLOGY. MEET GARY POLLARD, JR. U. S. ARMY VETERAN, GRADUATE or THE NATIONAL srm CONSORTIUM CYBER TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM, ANNE ARUNDEI. COMMUNITY causes #Lead0nJobs
  50. 50. SINCE 2010, WE'VE PUT MORE PEOPLE BACK TO WORK THAN EVERY OTHER ADVANCED ECONOMY COMBINED ALL OTHER #l. aadOn. |obs
  51. 51. SINCE FEBRUARY 2010, AMERICAN MANUFACTURING HAS ADDED 786,000 JOBS THE FASTEST PACE OF JOB GROWTH SINCE THE 19905 n . o . o . o . o c - c - o - o - o AVERAGE MONTHLY JOB GROWTH INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION GROWTH <——> 4——> 4——> MANUFACTURING EXPORT GROWTH SOURCE: BLS, CENSUS BUREAU, AND FEDERAL RESERVE
  52. 52. THE LAST TIME WE WERE BUILDING CARS THIS FAST, THE IPHONE DIDN'T EXIST ANNUAL U. S. AUTO PRODUCTION Ilsm President Obama takes Office . _.D IN: S —D = S CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS F 1 Z 3 S 3 B3 3 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2011. #MadeInAmerica
  53. 53. U. S. INFRASTRUCTURE: IF WE REBUILD IT, JOBS WILL COME 2;24%I 545%) of America's of our bridges of Americans major roads require significant lack access to are rated in repair or can't transit less than good handle today's condition traffic #RebuiIdAmerica
  54. 54. FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 2001, afi- THE U. S. OVERTOOK : CHINA, INDIA, & BRAZIL ' And became the world's single most attractive country for foreign investment #Made| nAmerica
  55. 55. UNDER PRESIDENT OBAMA: NEW TRADE AGREEMENTS WILL INCLUDE THE HIGHEST LABOR AND ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS FOR PARTNER COUNTRIES #AmericaI. u¢ls
  56. 56. UNDER PRESIDENT OBAMA: THE U. S. HAS BROUGHT THE MOST CHALLENGES OVER TRADE AGREEMENT VIOLATIONS TO THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION - AND WON EVERY CASE THAT HAS BEEN DECIDED
  57. 57. ‘ j - ? JOBS CREATED BY AMERICAN EXPORTS THAN NON-EXPORT RELATED JOBS #MadelnAmerica
  58. 58. If you want to participate in innovation, you have to be in the U. S. No country on earth is investing as much in innovation. KARL-LUDWIG KLEY, CHAIRMAN OF MERCK KGAA (GERMANY) souncs: AMERICAN GAS ASSOCIATION
  59. 59. 2025, 3 P Ti [ii *3 if; M T. WiJWif3i. i:T THE if.3E; .*Oi£iiE. $'55® B! iL! .EUE§ ‘ 40% of the world's 3D printers are located in the U. S. SOURCE: MCKINSEY GLOBAL INSTITUTE
  60. 60. NIH-SUPPORTED RESEARCHERS USED AN INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUE TO FIND WHAT PROMISES TO BE A POWERFUL NEW ANTIBIOTIC: IT'S THE FIRST DISCOVERY or ITS KIND IN MORE THAN 25 YEARS SOURCE: HHS
  61. 61. MORE THAN 1,800 GENETIC VARIATIONS CAN LEAD TO CYSTIC FIBROSIS A NEW DRUG HALTS THE DISEASE FOR THOSE WITH ONE SPECIFIC VARIATION
  62. 62. DRUGS USED TO BE DESIGNED WITH THE AVERAGE PATIENT IN MIND NOW, THEY CAN BE TAILORED TO SPECIFIC PATIENTS‘ GENETICS, MICROBES, AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION . #AmericaLcads SOURCE: HHS
  63. 63. A FREE AND OPEN INTERNET #NetNeutraIity SOU RC E: EIA
  64. 64. A FREE AND OPEN INTERNET MADE POSSIBLE AN ONLINE FUNDRAISING PLATFORM THAT RAISED $2.2 MILLION FROM 43,000 PEOPLE #NetNeutraIity SOURCE: EIA
  65. 65. A FREE AND OPEN INTERNET MADE POSSIBLE AN ONLINE FUNDRAISING PLATFORM THAT RAISED $2.2 MILLION FROM 48,000 PEOPLE TO FUND A COMPANY BUILDING SOLAR ROADWAYS #NetNeutra| ity SOURCE: EIA
  66. 66. AT CALTECH'S JOINT CENTER FOR ARTIFICIAL PHOTOSYNTHESIS: CO2 + H20 + SUNLIGHT THE NEXT FRONTIER IN HARNESSING ABUNDANT RENEWABLE ENERGY FROM THE SUN 1:/ mcricaLn; ~ads , ' AI
  67. 67. THE DEFENSE ADVANCED RESEARCH PROJECTS AGENCY (DARPA) IS BUILDING A NEW GENERATION THAT CAN BE MOVED WITH THOUGHTS ALONE, AND CAN FEEL THE WARMTH OF TOUCH #Amevfic: alL@a1ds
  68. 68. NASA LAUNCHED MORE EARTH-OBSERVING MISSIONS IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS THAN THEY HAVE IN ANY YEAR FOR OVER A DECADE
  69. 69. IT'S TIME TO GIVE MORE AMERICANS A SHOT BY LEVELING THE PLAYING FIELD FRACTION OF INCOME EARNED BY TOP 1% AND BOTTOM 90% Bottom 90°/ o Income Share 20% 70% 15% 65% 10% 60% 5% Top 1°/ o Income Share 550/, REA ADM 1949 1955 ‘I961 1967 1973 1979 1905 1991 ‘I997 2003 2009 2015 #RaisaT| IeWage
  70. 70. END TAX BREAKS THAT ENCOURAGE COMPANIES TO SHIFT PROFITS OVERSEAS U. S. jobs created by every $100 billion in A U. S. profits stashed overseas: ZERO U. S. jobs created for - every $100 billion W. invested in roads and - bridges here at home: 1.3 MILLION #MiddIeClassTaxCuts ‘: UL ri~. ;t DH"-“AF-iT". *‘. t‘JT TJF bl)-I? »_t»'~ :4:L. ;LL. ~m<_‘«r»JI: T
  71. 71. THE PRESIDENT'S mm PLAN WOULD HELP SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS BY: -l- Allowing them to use simpler cash accounting + Allowing them to immediately write off up to $1 million in investments -l- Doubling the startup tax cut for new entrepreneurs #Midd| eClassTaxCuts
  72. 72. THE $210 BILLION TRUST FUND LOOPHOLE: Unlike middle-class families, the wealthiest use this loophole to avoid paying millions of dollars in taxes on investment gains- like stock profits—that they pass down to their heirs.
  73. 73. CLOSING THE AllD RETURllIllG TO -: - Tripling the child care tax credit -: v Free community college -: - A new tax cut for working couples WHO WILL PAY IT I’ I’ I’ ‘ I I I I I I I I , I I . ‘ I . I . ' I : TOP 0.1% THE REST or 1 REST or THE 1 THE TOP 1%, ! TOP 5% ,1 / I ’ ’ s_. u’ s. _o’ -. -‘Null-I-II: : IM. x~zr= »:(~ Lvic
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  76. 76. THE U. S. IS LEADING OVER 60 PARTNERS IN AN INTERNATIONAL EFFORT TO DEGRADE AND DESTROY ISIL IN IRAQ AND SYRIA #Amencal. eads
  77. 77. THE U. S. AND INTERNATIONAL ALLIES HAVE CONDUCTED MORE THAN 1,900 AIRSTRIKES AGAINST ISIL + More than 1,050 in Iraq + More than 870 in Syria
  78. 78. THE U. S. HAS COMMITTED NEARLY $340 MILLION IN ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE IN ADDITION TO A $1 BILLION LOAN GUARANTEE TO UKRAINE eeeeeeeeeee ds
  79. 79. THE U. S. IS LEADING A COALITION OF 31 COUNTRIES IN COORDINATING SANCTIONS AGAINST RUSSIA FOR ITS AGGRESSION AGAINST UKRAINE
  80. 80. Re-establishing diplomatic relations Adjusting regulations to more effectively empower the Cuban people Facilitating an expansion of travel to Cuba Authorizing expanded sales and exports of certain goods and services from the U. S. to Cuba : :‘ul-.1-i, *.l. -.m-I: I I ‘ , ‘A -, ;f' -3 "’ '
  81. 81. THE LAST TIME THE U. S. HAD AN EMBASSY IN CUBA: + Ernest Hemingway was alive + Elvis Presley's "Are You Lonesome Tonight" was the #1 hit 1-«was one of America's . _ I . *'; ,*J. .y ‘-+"3:, " . . ' ' Vscost :4'~cent§: .g §, -{A V ‘ . A + To Kill a Moc L‘: "8 most popular 0 ‘ Ev ‘iv; 4 ‘A first~‘c| ass§-. st , .~, ‘. 34 V. - 1' J «_ .5‘ "V »'. »'-'‘: :T1‘”_‘-5'-‘. ' K R‘ . }i. ~_> '. . 5.3:’ ‘k. ,"‘z -gj‘. ‘ . " '“~"‘ In "' I ' , "_ ‘V ' ‘ : _.. ‘ ‘,1 > . .-. . - bur‘ , ":. _. ;_‘: -.1‘
  82. 82. What a blessing to be a citizen of the United States. Thank you President Obama. ALAN GROSS WAS anusso on oscmosa 11, 2014 AFTER 5 vsns AS A prusousn In con
  83. 83. E M fl “ fit M I L LII Halting progress Rolling back key of the program aspects of the program Ensuring unprecedented transparency and monitoring of the program
  84. 84. PRESIDENT OBAMA IS PROPOSING LEGISLATION TO BETTER PROTECT COMPANIES AND CONSUMERS AGAINST CYBER THREATS BY: Q Encouraging companies to share cybersecurity information with the government while protecting privacy 9 Modernizing law enforcement's tools to fight cyber crime Establishing a national standard for companies to notify employees and customers about security breaches SOURCE“
  85. 85. WHAT'S AT RISK: ANYTHING CONNECTED TO ONLINE NETWORKS CAN BE VULNERABLE TO CYBER ATTACK 9 Smartphones 9 Vehicles 9 Electric grids 9 Public transportation systems 9 Medical devices _D . . SOURCE: EIA
  86. 86. THANKS TO U. S.-LED CONTAINMENT EFFORTS, THE NUMBER OF NEW EBOLA CASES IS DECLINING
  87. 87. THE NIH HAS COMPLETED PHASE 1 CLINICAL TRIALS OF THE FIRST VACCINE TO TREAT EBOLA WITH TRIALS TO BEGIN IN AFRICA NEXT MONTH. NO POTENTIAL EBOLA VACCINE HAS EVER MADE IT THIS FAR.
  88. 88. The Obama Administration called on innovators TO HELP IN THE FIGHT AGAINST EBOLA by competing to find the best solutions that could be used on the frontlines as quickly as possible. A TEAM FROM JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY ANSWERED THE CALL WITH A REDESIGNED PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT SUIT THAT IS QUICKER, MORE COMFORTABLE, AND SAFER FOR HEALTH CARE WORKERS. -9 #AmericaLeads
  89. 89. DENYING SCIENCE HAS A COST:
  90. 90. OCEANS ARE RISING AT THE FASTEST RATE IN AT LEAST Or A ‘ . . " . * ' ‘ 3-, ‘ . .3. I V ,1 :1?" LI‘ ‘ '~. ~. A «J T ‘-‘ u ' » ”-souncE: P bfiorTHENATIoNAL CADEMY or_§| _ENcEs “ K ‘. -1.7‘ ~ .5- . ‘ : . /-I ~ A as A " 1 ~ T’ ‘A .3
  91. 91. LAST YEAR, MORE THAN 45 MILLION AMERICANS EXPERIENCED #AI'. 'IOnCI‘lnate SOURCE: NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER
  92. 92. IN 2014: e WILDFIRES BURNED MORE THAN 3.5 MILLION U. S. ACRES DROUGHT AFFECTED MORE THAN 86 MILLION PEOPLE ACROSS THE U. S. AT ITS PEAK
  93. 93. THE CHOICE: PROJECTED CHANGE IN AVERAGE ANNUAL TEMPERATURE IF we ACT: 4 RAPID EMISSIONS , “ REDUCTIONS ‘F . t3ActOnC| imate
  94. 94. UNDER THE EPA'S PROPOSED POWER PLANT RULE, CHILDREN WILL: HAVE AN ESTIMATED 3,700 FEWER CASES OF BRONCHITIS SUFFER AN ESTIMATED 150,000 FEWER ASTHMA ATTACKS MISS AN ESTIMATED 180,000 FEWER DAYS OF SCHOOL #ActOnC| imate
  95. 95. THE U. S. AND CHINA ANNOUNCED NEW TARGETS TO CUT CARBON POLLUTION + U. S.: CUT CARBON POLLUTION BY 26-28% BELOW 2005 LEVELS BY 2025. -| - CHINA: PEAK CO2 EMISSIONS AROUND 2030 WHILE STRIVING TO PEAK EARLY, AND BOOST ITS SHARE OF NON-FOSSIL FUEL ENERGY TO AROUND 20%. #ActOnC| imate ‘ A I I
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  102. 102. IN 36 STATES, LOVE IS LOVE 1‘. . I - States Where Gay Marriage Is Or Soon Will Be Legal 2 States With Constitutional Bans On Gay Marriage
  103. 103. IMAGINE IF WE BROKE THOSE PATTERNS.
  104. 104. IMAGINE IF WE BROKE THOSE PATTERNS. IMAGINE IF WE DID SOMETHING DIFFERENT
  105. 105. ABETTER POLITICS CHANGES THE WORLD
  106. 106. THANKS TO THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT, AN ESTIMATED 48.5 MILLION WOMEN ARE BENEFITING FROM PREVENTIVE SERVICES COVERAGE WITH NO OUT-OF-POCKET COSTS 'l Ci I THANK E: HHS ‘
  107. 107. We're not a nation that kicks out strivers and dreamers who want to earn their piece of the American Dream. ll PRESIDENT OBAMA
  108. 108. 5% I GAVE A LITTLE BLOOD ON THAT BRIDGE IN SELMA, ALABAMA FOR THE RIGHT TO VOTE. I AM NOT ‘GOING TO SITAIIID BY AND LET ‘WEE SUPREME COURT TAKE THE RIGHT TO VOTE AIWAY FROM US. 9? ~ JOHN LEWIS AUGUST 24. 2013
  109. 109. THE VOTE IS PRECIOUS. IT IS ALMOST SACRED. IT'S THE MOST POWERFUL NON-VIOLENT TOOL WE HAVE IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY AND WE'VE GOT TO USE IT. 5! JOHN LEWIS AUGUST 24, 2013
  110. 110. These are real issues. And we have to lift them up and not deny them or try to tamp them down. What we need to do is to understand them and figure out how do we make more progress. And that can be done. I! PRESIDENT OBAMA NOVEMBER 24, 2014
  111. 111. A BETTER POLITICS UNITES US
  112. 112. 10 MILLION AMERICANS HAVE GAINED HEALTH COVERAGE
  113. 113. 12.5 MILLION CHILDREN PROTECTED FROM HUNGER, POVERTY, AND MALNUTRITION AROUND THE WORLD
  114. 114. GAY AND LESBIAN SERVICE MEMBERS NO LONGER FORCED TO HIDE WHO THEY ARE TO SERVE
  115. 115. 645,000+ YOUNG PEOPLE PROTECTED FROM THE THREAT OF DEPORTATION
  116. 116. 7 MILLION MINIMUM WAGE EARNERS WILL GET A RAISE
  117. 117. 500,000 AUTO INDUSTRY WORKERS ARE BACK TO WORK
  118. 118. 11.2 MILLION PRIVATE-SECTOR JOBS OVER 58 STRAIGHT MONTHS OF GROWTH
  119. 119. NEARLY 300 MILLION ACRES OF LAND AND WATER PRESERVED FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS
  120. 120. 165,000 FEWER TROOPS IN HARM'S WAY IN AFGHANISTAN AND IRAQ
  121. 121. THE WHITE HOUSE '. Slll. ‘G'l‘0N 1? yLz. ,«: %;: II, /J a/7,/ ¢2j'84 ”’
  122. 122. 2015 S'TlT'E *OFTHE* UI4|()hl #SOTU

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