President Joe Biden delivered the 2023 State of the Union Tuesday night before a joint session of Congress and other government officials and honored guests. With Vice President Kamala Harris and new Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy behind him, it was the first time Biden had given the address since Republicans took control of the House of Representatives. The speech, coming a little more than halfway into the first term of the Biden-Harris administration, highlighted the administration’s successes, laid out its agenda and demonstrated some of the fights ahead between Democrats and Republicans over the next two years. Here are five of the most notable takeaways from the speech.