BY Connor Sheets | December 16 2012 10:17 PM U.S. President Barack Obama spoke in Newtown, Conn., Sunday night, just two days after a man killed 20 children and six adults at an elementary school in the heartbroken town. Obama spoke movingly of the unique experience of parenting through a tragic moment and the concept that Americans have to "change" to prevent future senseless shootings "because what other choice do we have?" At first, Obama's words appeared sympathetic to those who want enhanced gun-control laws in the wake of Friday's massacre at the Sandy Hook Elementary School: "We cannot tolerate this anymore.
Andrew Liveris, CEO of Dow Chemical, says that government investment in energy and infrastructure will help manufacturers grow.
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