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Bush State of the Union talks war

President Bush's State of the Union address focused on his plan to add more troops in Iraq, a reduction in gas consumption, and a new healthcare plan, the Star Tribune reported today. Although Democrats applauded his gas-efficiency plan, few applauded his new Iraq plan to add more troops.

CNN reported that Bush's speech got a positive response from three-fourths of those who watched it, according to a poll taken.

While the Star Tribune mostly focused on his new policies, the CNN article had an additional subhead on "immigration reform". The Star Tribune article's lead was too wordy and a little bit hard to follow. While the CNN article presented the address in a clear way.