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Topic - Lance Roberts
President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night is shaping up as an election-year rallying cry to his Democratic base to fight for income equality in America, even as the gap between rich and poor grows during his presidency.
Lance Roberts said it's important for the party to take a stand against drugs and to draw a line between what it considers to be right and wrong.