Jay Cuetara, a cancer patient and advocate for drug shortage reform, speaks about the President’s executive action to reduce prescription drug shortages in America and why it is a step in the right direction.
Bonnie Frawley, the Pharmacy Manager at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts discusses why the President’s Executive action on the Prescription Drug Shortage is vital to supporting the Health Industry in America.
Children from around Washington trick-or-treat at the White House and are greeted by the President and the First Lady.
Today, the President signed an Executive Order to prevent drug shortages and protect consumers. October 31, 2011.
At the National Italian American Heritage Foundation Gala, President Obama said, “We’ve always been and we will always be a nation of immigrants from all over the world. And out of many, somehow we’re able to forge ourselves into one people; and this is the place where the highest hopes can be reached, and the deepest and most sincere dreams can be made real.”
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama welcome area students and the children of military families to the White House for trick-or-treating on Halloween. October 29, 2011.
President Obama says that we can’t wait for Congress to take action to grow the economy and create jobs and highlights actions he took to help families refinance their mortgages, put veterans to work, and lower the cost of student loans.
White House Press Briefings are conducted most weekdays from the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room in the West Wing.
The White House gets a Halloween makeover in anticipation of trick-or-treaters to arrive at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. and the White House pastry kitchen prepares 4000 gift bags to be handed out by The President and The First Lady for Halloween.