UPDATE: President Obama is Coming to Cleveland This Week

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President Obama will be in Ohio for a whole two hours today.

He is slated to arrive at Cleveland Hopkins airport at approximately 2:25 this afternoon, and will make his way over to the ArcelorMittal steel mill in Cleveland to promote his energy efficiency, business attraction, and auto industry policies.

He's also likely to touch on the status of the new health care law, especially since his administration just announced that only 26,000 some people have enrolled for insurance since the error-ridden federal website launched in October.

He's scheduled to deliver his speech at 3:40 p.m. and be back on his Philly-bound jet by 4:35 p.m.

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President Obama is swinging through northeast Ohio on Thursday to deliver remarks on the economy and the state of American manufacturing.

He'll be speaking at the ArcelorMittal steel mill in Cleveland, the world's largest steel company.

This is the President's first visit back to Cleveland since his re-election last fall.

That's pretty much it- Look out for the Prez-mobile.

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