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White House Panel to Take Questions After Obama Jobs Speech

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President Barack Obama will address a joint session of Congress Thursday night to announce his jobs plan.

Immediately following the speech, a panel of White House advisers will take questions from the public as part of a special program broadcast on whitehouse.gov/live.

According to the White House blog, expected panelists include Stephanie Cutter, deputy senior adviser; Brian Deese, deputy director of the National Economic Council; Roberto Rodriguez, education policy assistant; and Portia Wu, senior policy adviser for mobility and opportunity policy.

The White House said questions can be submitted on Twitter, Facebook, or via e-mail.

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