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President Barack Obama will try to shift the national conversation to economic growth from unhappiness over insurance policy cancellations under his signature healthcare law as he visits the Port of New Orleans on Friday.
The day after Obama said in a nationally televised interview he was sorry some Americans were dropped by their health plans because of changes mandated by the Affordable Care Act, he will tour a busy cargo and cruise ship port, the White House said.
He will again deliver the message that the United States should spend more on its roads, bridges and ports as a way to expand jobs and strengthen U.S. firms through increased trade.
His remarks will come on the day the government releases a jobs report for October, which is expected to show U.S. employers added 125,000 positions in the month.