WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama flies to Ohio as he tries to drum up more support for his health insurance overhaul.
He'll speak Monday at a recreation and senior center in Strongsville, outside Cleveland.
Strongsville is the home of cancer patient Natoma Canfield, who wrote the president she gave up her health insurance after it rose to $8,500 a year. Canfield's sister, Connie Anderson, is scheduled to introduce the president at the event.
After the event, Obama returns home to Washington for afternoon meetings in the Oval Office with senior advisers.