CLEVELAND - President Barack Obama will be making a visit to northeast Ohio Thursday.
The president will "deliver remarks on the economy and the strength of American manufacturing," according to a White House official.
More details about the president's visit are expected to be made available in the coming days.
Last week, Vice President Joe Biden discussed and promoted infrastructure in northwest Ohio.
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Despite winning big cases, the Supreme Court has not been taking the Obama administration's advice.
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