Vice President to talk job creation in N.C.

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to return to central North Carolina to talk about efforts by the Obama administration to create jobs.

A statement from the White House says Biden is visiting Winston-Salem on Wednesday. He is scheduled to stop at Wake Forest Biotech Place, which is part of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

Biden is also expected to discuss steps the administration is taking to bring manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. and call on Congress to act on President Barack Obama's "To Do List" to create jobs.

Biden visited the Triad region in February, speaking to a crowd at Davidson County Community College.

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