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Obama to talk tourism in Orlando Thursday

President Barack Obama will visit Disney World in Orlando on Thursday and unveil a plan to boost tourism and travel.

Obama's visit was previously announced but without detail. Obama has been traveling the country (ahem, key election states) and trying to generate support for his economic plans while criticizing a divided Congress.

Don't expect to see Sen. Bill Nelson, the Democrat facing re-election. Nelson's office denied it was deliberate. "Not bailing. Had Sarasota manatee events set long ago. Got Obama invite this am," spokesman Dan McLaughlin said.

--ALEX LEARY

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