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President Obama / Carolyn Kaster, AP

President Obama's staff has made a slight change to his travel plans after Tuesday night's State of the Union Address.

The president will still speak in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Tennessee on Wednesday and Thursday, but he will take a pair of day trips from the White House rather than a two-day tour.

An overnight stop Wednesday in Milwaukee for the president has been canceled.

On Wednesday, Obama will speak at a Costco store in Lanham, Md., near Washington, D.C., and at a steel plant in West Mifflin, Pa., near Pittsburgh. He then returns to the White House.

On Thursday morning, Obama flies to Wisconsin for remarks at a General Electric gas engine facility in Waukesha, near Milwaukee. He then travels to Nashville for a speech at McGavock High School before returning to the White House.

In all of these speeches, Obama is expected to follow up on policies he will discuss in Tuesday night's speech, including proposals for minimum wage hikes, manufacturing programs, and efforts to help the long-term unemployed.



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