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If you watched the State of the Union last night, you heard President Obama address numerous problems being faced by our country—and propose solutions for many of them. From manufacturing and job creation to immigration and education, many of these issues are the same ones being worked on by activists like you every day.

What issues will be most important to you in the next few months? We want to know so we can build the agenda for Netroots Nation 2012 around what's most important to you.

For the past month, we've been accepting submissions for the sessions you’ll attend at Netroots Nation this June 7-10 in Providence, RI. Have you submitted your idea yet?

It's easy to do so. Click here for the guidelines and submission form.

And if you've got questions we'd like to invite you attend a webinar and chat via Spreecast tomorrow (Thursday, Jan 26th) at 2 p.m. Eastern. Just RSVP here and we'll send you the details.

Your submissions will help us create an inclusive and engaging agenda—while also helping shape the national dialog for progressives in the coming months. But the deadline for submissions is January 31.

By submitting a proposal, you are taking responsibility as the organizer of the session. We’ll help you along the way, but ultimately it’s your baby. Will you take charge and propose a session?

So check out the guidelines to submit a proposal and don't forget to join us tomorrow for our spreecast.

Originally posted to NetrootsNation on Wed Jan 25, 2012 at 09:35 AM PST.

Also republished by American Legislative Transparency Project and Daily Kos.

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