Gov. Spencer Cox, National Governors Association meet with President Joe Biden

UTAH — Utah Gov. Spencer Cox met with President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, Cabinet members and senior White House advisors at the White House today.

Cox was joined by the governors of over 40 states and territories to discuss affordable housing, artificial intelligence, workforce development, disaster response and more at the winter meeting of the National Governors Association.

“Governors agree that overcoming our nation’s challenges requires working together — across party lines and across state lines,” Cox said. “We can’t let political division get in the way of good policy. We welcome the opportunity to work with the White House and with Congress on finding bipartisan solutions to border security, economic stability and other challenges.”

Later today the governors will meet with U.S. Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Amy Coney Barrett to discuss Cox’s “Disagree Better” initiative, which aims to address political polarization within the U.S.

Tomorrow the governors will meet with cabinet officials and national experts to discuss artificial intelligence, affordable housing, disaster response, rural revitalization and workforce development.

“I thank President Biden and the White House for their partnership and for bringing the Governors together today to discuss the important issues facing our states and our country,” said Colorado Gov. Jared Polis. “This annual bipartisan gathering is an exciting opportunity to bring Colorado issues to Washington, D.C., while learning from each other and celebrating the important work being done to deliver real results for the people we serve.”

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