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February 11, 2013

Obama to hit road after State of the Union

President Obama will hit the road after delivering his State of the Union address in Washington Tuesday night,

The White House says Obama will travel to "three different communities" to discuss some of the proposal he'll unveiled in his speech -- with a focus on "strengthening the economy for the middle class and those striving to get there."

On the schedule: North Carolina on Wednesday; Georgia on Thursday; and Chicago on Friday.

In North Carolina, he'll visit the Asheville-area Linamar Corporation, which says it's a "manufacturer of auto components, assemblies and castings." In Georgia, he'll stop at the city of Decatur Recreation Center.


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