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Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Paul Ryan (R-WI) has invited President Donald J. Trump to speak before a joint session of Congress on February 28 (the exact time of the address has not yet been confirmed). Newly inaugurated presidents often deliver this type of speech instead of a formal State of the Union address.
In his remarks, Trump is likely to share his vision for the future of the country by outlining his governing agenda and public-policy priorities. The president's policy agenda will likely include key HR issues that have already gained a great deal of attention this year, such as health care and immigration reform. In addition, he'll likely talk about comprehensive tax reform and paid leave, among other workplace initiatives of interest to HR professionals.
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