MILWAUKEE (AP) -- President Barack Obama has a visit planned to Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports it's on Thursday as part of his itinerary after his State of the Union speech.
In a mass e-mail message, White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer said Tuesday's speech will focus on the president's economic agenda.
The president also plans stops in Maryland and the Pittsburgh area Wednesday and the Nashville area Thursday.
The White House provided no other details Saturday.
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