THE BRONX - President Obama gave his State of the Union address Tuesday night, giving Americans an idea of how the country is doing and what he plans to accomplish this year.
News 12 decided to see what issues Bronx residents want pushed through Congress so that he can get their approval.
Most say that job security, unemployment and the minimum wage are at the top of their list of concerns.
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Others were paying more attention to what Obama would say about health care, food stamps and cost of living.