Columbus, Ohio (CNN) - The White House takes its economics roadshow Wednesday to Ohio after a West Coast stop a day earlier.
President Obama will huddle around the kitchen table of Rhonda and Joe Weithman in Columbus to talk about the economy and health care before hosting a similar discussion with families from the area in the backyard.
The White House will tout how funds from the president's Recovery Act have helped keep a small architectural firm co-owned by Joe Weithman in business by funding local infrastructure projects that required its services. The administration also says monies from the act helped subsidize COBRA health insurance benefits for Rhonda Weithman after she lost her job.
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