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Colorado is the place to be this week, particularly in Denver. As The Denver Business Journal reports:

President Barack Obama will be in Denver on Tuesday and Wednesday to tout the jobs plan he is trying to push through Congress as well as to raise campaign funds.

And his Environmental Protection Agency chief will visit Denver on Monday.

Obama is slated to arrive Tuesday night on Air Force One. He has a fundraising appearance slated that night, The Denver Post’s Allison Sherry reports. Obama will appear at the Pepsi Center with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, according to Hancock’s schedule.

The president will speak Wednesday morning at the Auraria campus in support of his American Jobs Act, the White House announced.

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson is speaking this morning at National Jewish Health in Denver as part of a discussion on Colorado’s “Clean Air, Clean Jobs” effort.

11 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. ArapaGOP says:

    It really is amazing how far Obama has fallen in Colorado, from the Greek columns at Invesco to coming here over and over for thinly veiled campaign stops on taxpayer dollars.

    The poet was right. Not with a bang, but a whimper…

  2. c rork says:

    Gettin my tix tomorrow morning.

  3. EmeraldKnight76 says:

    And I will already be on campus…..but I’ll be in the middle of taking a math test in the morning, then cramming for a History exam at noon.

    I’m jealous.

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