President Barack Obama heads back to Capitol Hill on Wednesday, this time to meet with House Republicans.
On Tuesday, Obama met with Senate Democrats. He will be back on the Hill on Thursday for separate meetings with Senate Republicans and House Democrats.
Obama also will speak at the Organizing for Action Founders Summit on Wednesday. Organizing for Action is the transformation of Obama's re-election campaign into a grassroots organization to support the president's initiatives.
Senate Democrats are scheduled to officially unveil a budget proposal Wednesday. House Republicans released their blueprint on Tuesday.
Also worth noting on Wednesday: The House will take up a bill that would block the Obama administration from waiving work requirements in the 1996 welfare reform law; first lady Michelle Obama will address the Business Roundtable on hiring vets and military spouses; and Vice President Joe Biden and Attorney General Eric Holder will speak at an event in Montgomery County, Md., about reducing domestic violence homicides.
And then there is this: President Obama will sit down Wednesday with corporate leaders to discuss efforts to improve cyber security.