Money, jobs expected to be key topics in President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address

Money and jobs are expected to be the key topics tonight in the president's State of the Union address.



President Barack Obama is expected to focus on helping the long-term unemployed, and creating a new retirement savings plan.



He's also expected to announce an increase in minimum wage to just over $10 for new federal workers.



Long Island residents tell News 12 they are also interested in hearing about immigration reform and education.



News 12 Long Island will carry the State of the Union live starting at 9 p.m. The address will also be streamed live on News12.com


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