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President's schedule

President Obama's Schedule9:30 am ET The President and the Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing 09:55 am ET The President holds a meeting on t

President Obama's Schedule9:30 am ET The President and the Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing 09:55 am ET The President holds a meeting on the Elementary and Secondary Education Act 12:15 pm ET The President and the Vice President meet with House Democratic Leadership for lunch 1:45P pm ET The President signs the John M. Roll United States Courthouse Bill3:00 pm ET The President departs the White House en route Andrews Air Force Base3:15 pm ET The President departs Andrews Air Force Base en route San Francisco, California8:45pmET The President arrives in San Francisco, California 9:45pmET The President meets with business leaders in technology and innovation. Private Residence Events in Washington  9:30amET The Senate Armed Services Committee holds a hearing on the FY2012 Defense Budget request. Defense Secretary Gates and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Adm. Mullen testify.  10:00amET The House Homeland Security Committee holds a hearing on the FY2012 Budget request for the Department of Homeland Security. DHS Secretary Napolitano testifies.


10:00amET The Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee holds a hearing on oversight of the Dodd-Frank bill. FED Chairman Bernanke, FDIC Chair Sheila Bair and others testify. 10:45amET House Speaker John Boehner holds his weekly briefing. 12:00pmET Sen. Chuck Schumer holds newser on border security. 2:30pmET The Senate Homeland Security Committee holds a hearing on the FY2012 Budget request for the Department of Homeland Security. DHS Secy. Napolitano testifies. 02:30pmET House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, and other House Democrats hold newser to urge the Republican leadership to focus on putting Americans back to work. HVC 215 Capitol Visitors Center07:00pm Secy. State Hillary Clinton delivers remarks at the National Council of International Visitors 50th Anniversary. State Dept. Ben Franklin Room