WASHINGTON — President Obama vowed to veto any future "unraveling" of the Dodd-Frank Act during his State of the Union address Tuesday night, further uniting Democrats against major changes to the law under the GOP-led Congress.

The speech largely focused on the White House's efforts to grow jobs, raise wages and rewrite the tax code, along with plans to improve diplomacy abroad. But it also contained several nods to the financial services world, including an urgent plea to Congress to pass cybersecurity legislation.

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