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January 05, 2014 AT 4:42 AM
President Obama is winging his way back to Washington on Sunday after more than two weeks in Hawaii, ready to pick up his legislative and political agenda for 2014. His list includes health care, unemployment insurance, income inequality, the minimum wage, jobs, and National Security Agency surveillance programs. In a weekend radio address, Obama said his "new year's resolution" is "to do everything I can, every single day, to help make 2014 a year in which more of our citizens can earn their own piece of the American Dream." Sometime this month, the president is expected to make a speech outlining changes to NSA surveillance programs that critics say give the government too much power to spy on people.