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Officials in Baltimore say President-elect Barack Obama plans to make a public speech in the city during his train trip to Washington three days before his inauguration.

They're expecting up to 150,000 people to attend. The Inaugural Committee announced Monday that Mr. Obama will travel from Philadelphia to Washington by train on Saturday, Jan. 17.

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