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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 08, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) President Obama's address tonight before Congress laying out his jobs program noted. [OBAMA - says he is sending Congress the "American Jobs Act" with proposals supported earlier by both parties and everything in it will be paid for; explains how it will be paid for; states millions rely on Medicare, but we are spending too fast to sustain the program.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator John McCain about the Obama address. [McCAIN - wonders how we will pay for the spending; outlines what things are puzzling: free trade agreements, Medicare funds; notes the housing meltdown was the main cause of the recession and half the houses in Arizona are under water; offers his views on the potential terrorism threat.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's press conference tonight announced.

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