Obama Discusses Economy During Speech At Uptown
The recession hit more than five years ago, but its effects are still rippling through this country-- and that's what President Obama is here to address. In Wednesday morning's speech, he will be talking to a crowd at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City, Mo., about the economic challenges facing middle-class families and why he has taken executive action on issues such as minimum wage.
Up to Date will provide coverage of the event, with a live feed of the speech and post-speech analysis from local experts.
- Peggy Lowe, reporter for Harvest Public Media
- Robert Rowland, professor and director of graduate studies at the University of Kansas
- Dave Helling, reporter for The Kansas City Star
- Sly James, mayor of Kansas City, Mo.