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VP Joe Biden to visit North Baltimore Wednesday

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Vice President Joe Biden is coming to North Baltimore on Wednesday.

White House Press Release:

Vice President Biden to Travel to North Baltimore, Ohio

WASHINGTON, DC - On Wednesday, November 6th, Vice President Joe Biden will travel to North Baltimore, Ohio, to visit the CSX Northwest Ohio Intermodal Terminal, the primary hub of the National Gateway project, a freight system supported by federal, state, and private investment connecting the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic regions. Following his visits to the Ports of Baltimore, Savannah, and Charleston, and previewing his trip to the Panama Canal later this month, the Vice President will discuss the importance of infrastructure investment in improving America's competitiveness, strengthening the middle class, and growing our economy. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx will also attend.

Additional details about the Vice President's trip are forthcoming.

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