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US Supreme Court Hearing Re: Florida Vote Recount #1002070

NBC Special for Monday, Dec 11, 2000

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  • Live NBC report and analysis of the day's US Supreme Court hearing re: the Florida vote recount.
  • Audio replay of oral arguments presented by Bush attorney Theodore Olson, Katherine Harris attorney Joseph Klock, and Gore attorney David Boies, with scrolling text transcript.
  • Live coverage of a statement by Gore Campaign attorney David Boies.
  • Coverage includes the participation of anchor Tom Brokaw, correspondent David Bloom, interviewing civilians who watched the arguments, Chief Legal Correspondent Dan Abrams, Correspondent Jim Avila in Tampa Bay, Florida, and correspondent Pete Williams.
  • Analysis includes the participation of NBC Legal Correspondent Richard Pildes and analyst Tim Russert.
  • Reporter(s):
    Avila, Jim;
    Bloom, David;
    Abrams, Dan;
    Williams, Pete
    Duration:
    02:00:00

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