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President Bush: State of the Union Address

Speaker: George W. Bush
Published January 28, 2008

The State of the Union is a speech given annually by the president to Congress, in which the president outlines the current condition of the United States and national priorities for the coming year, based on the U.S. Constitution, Article Two, Section Three. President Bush delivered his State of the Union Address speeches on January 29, 2002, January 28, 2003, January 20, 2004, February 2, 2005, January 31, 2006, January 23, 2007, and January 28, 2008.

The 2002 address was the first State of the Union Address available through live webcast on the White House website. The portal pages for the speeches include links to policy documents and fact sheets released after the speech.

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