Good morning from WWR -
It's Georgia on his mind...as President Obama continues his "White House to Main Street" tour today with a trip to Savannah. Obama will tour a workforce development program at Savannah Technical College and deliver remarks on creating jobs and strengthening the economy. Look for Obama to tout the construction of two nuclear plants - the first in the U.S. in three decades - which will bring thousands of new jobs to the Peach State. The plants are being backed with $8.3. billion in federal loan guarantees. Daily bit of trivia: Today's visit to Georgia is the 31st state Obama has visited since taking office.
The President returns to Washington in the evening. Wednesday, of course, is the much anticipated announcement of "next steps" on healthcare. The betting is that Obama will announce that he will seek a healthcare bill by using "reconciliation" in the Senate. This is a parliamentary procedure that means he only needs 51 votes to win.
9:15AM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT receive the
Presidential Daily Briefing
11:55AM THE PRESIDENT tours Savannah Technical College
12:30PM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks on jobs and the economy
Savannah Technical College
1:20PM THE PRESIDENT tours a local manufacturing facility
2:50PM THE PRESIDENT tours a local small business
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