George Bush Statement Re: Stem Cell Research #1008249
CNN Special for Thursday, Aug 09, 2001
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Live CNN coverage and analysis of President George W. Bush's statement re: federally funded stem cell research.
CNN coverage is provided by anchors Bill Hemmer, Greta Van Susteren, Aaron Brown, and Larry King, Senior White House Correspondent John King, Congressional Correspondent Jonathan Karl, and Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen.
Analysis includes the participation of CNN political analysts Jeff Greenfield and Bill Schneider, Rev. Jerry Falwell of Liberty University, Fr. Robert Drinan of Georgetown University, senior analyst Jeff Greenfield, Mary Tyler Moore, Christopher Reeve, Focus on the Family President James Dobson, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Sen. Sam Brownback (R-KS), author Deepak Chopra, Father Michael Manning, talk show host Montel Williams, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Reverend R. Albert Mohler, Counselor to the President Karen Hughes, and Dr. Curt Freed, of the University of Colorado.
- Mattingly, David;
- King, John;
- Cohen, Elizabeth;
- Karl, Jonathan
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