President Obama declared 2014 a year of action in his State of the Union Address. Crafting new immigration laws and retirement savings, reducing the economic inequality gap and creating a pathway for cheaper college education are all on his agenda. The likelihood of getting all of accomplishing all of these priorities is highly unlikely though, Mercury managing editor Morris Reid said on Bloomberg Tuesday: "if I were him I would focus on getting this healthcare thing fixed before he leaves office and I would focus on immigration."
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