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President Obama to sign farm bill Friday at MSU

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By: Tim Skubick, FOX 2 political insider

(WJBK) - President Barack Obama will sign the newly enacted Farm Budget Bill during his visit to Michigan State University on Friday afternoon and discuss the economic impact on Michigan and the nation. 

He's expected to leave the nation's capitol late morning for his appearance at the Mary Anne McPhail Equine Performance Center on campus.  He'll also meet with local farmers to discuss the immigration issue.

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