Today’s revision affirms that economic growth in the second quarter was strong, consistent with the recent string of solid job growth and improvements in other economic indicators. But there's more work that needs to be done to build on this momentum. That is why the President continues to act on his own to facilitate investment in American manufacturing, energy, and infrastructure, as well as take steps to improve the financial security of working families.
FIVE KEY POINTS IN TODAY'S REPORT FROM THE BUREAU OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
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Last night, White House economist Betsey Stevenson sent the email below to the White House email list, telling the story of the progress women have made since gaining the right to vote -- and what's still left to accomplish.
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Last week, I embarked on my first trip as Commerce Secretary to
Alaska to see how the Last Frontier directly contributes to our economy, and
how the U.S. Department of Commerce can help further support Alaskan
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President Barack Obama tapes the Weekly Address in the Blue Room of the White House, Aug. 18, 2014.
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From supplying daily weather forecasts, severe storm
warnings and climate monitoring, to managing fisheries management, supporting
coastal restoration and promoting marine commerce, the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) products and services are critical to the
country’s economic vitality. NOAA maintains a presence in every state, and has
a particularly robust team in Alaska.