WASHINGTON, D.C. (CBSMiami) – South Florida will receive another Presidential visit. Tuesday’s visit by President Barack Obama will be his second in 30 days.

President Obama is scheduled to give a speech at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton about the economy. Mr. Obama is expected to talk about the “Buffett Rule,” which is a principle for fairness that ensures millionaires pay at least the same effective tax rate as middle class families pay.

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In a statement, the White House said the “President believes in standing up for the middle class and making the tax system fairer, where everyone plays by the same set of rules, in order to ensure the economic security of the middle class.”

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The event is closed to the general public, with tickets available only to FAU students, staff and faculty via an online lottery, according to the White House.

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In addition to the speech at FAU, the president is expected to attend three campaign fundraising events in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties.