The Tennessean newspaper today reports that the White House says President Barack Obama plans to visit Nashville on Thursday as he tours the nation after his State of the Union address.
“With some action on all our parts, we can help more jobseekers find work, and more working Americans find the economic security they deserve,” Dan Pfeiffer, a senior adviser to Obama, wrote to the White House’s email list. “That's why, in the week following the speech, President Obama will travel to communities across the country — including Prince George’s County Maryland, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee and Nashville, before returning to the White House to outline new efforts to help the long-term unemployed.”
Keith Maley, a White House spokesman, said he probably wouldn’t have any other details today.
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