Macon
Current: 67 °
Clear
High: 81
Low: 50
Wind: 5 MPH
Pressure: 29.94
Humidity: 76%
Warner Robins
Current: 65 °
Clear
Wind: 5 MPH
Pressure: 29.94
Humidity: 100%
Dublin
Current: 70 °
Clear
Wind: 5 MPH
Pressure: 29.95
Humidity: 78%
Customize your weather results

Obama says immigration, minimum wage top agenda

Tools
  • Print
  • 0 Comments
By AP

Created:

Updated: Fri, 14 Feb 2014 12:14:45 EST

CAMBRIDGE, Md. (AP) — President Barack Obama says top priorities for Congress should be increasing the minimum wage and reforming immigration.

Obama told a House Democratic retreat Friday that the party needs to stand up for the American dream of getting ahead.

He congratulates lawmakers for standing together to support increasing the government's debt with no strings attached, which Congress approved this week.

He also thanks his party for supporting the "tough issue" of his health care law. He predicts people will look back on the troubled law and consider it "a monumental achievement."

Obama did not mention an issue that's created disagreement in the party. Obama wants greater leeway to make trade deals. But House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said this week that's out of the question.

What's on WGXA

What's On Now

10:00 AM - Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

What's On Next

11:00 AM - The Test

Tonight

8:00 PM American Idol

10:00 PM WGXA News @ 10pm

What's On Now

10:00 AM - Rachael Ray

What's On Next

11:00 AM - The View

Tonight

8:00 PM The Middle

8:30 PM Suburgatory

9:00 PM Modern Family

9:30 PM Mixology

10:00 PM Nashville: On the Record