All eyes will be on Michigan later this week as President Obama is set to visit the state.

White House officials are promising more on the President's agenda later this week, but what is known is that he'll be talking to a crowd in East Lansing.

It will be Obama's first visit to the state in more than a year.  He's likely to talk about his proposals for improving the economy, an extension of unemployment benefits, a hike in the minimum wage, and the importance of signing up for the Affordable Care Act.  Most experts agree that without younger, healthier participants, Obamacare will either collapse or lead to even higher premiums and deductibles for others.

No word yet on whether Governor Snyder will be in mid Michigan when the President arrives.  In the past, when Obama came to town, the governor was out of the area tending to business elsewhere.