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America Votes 2008 / Gas Tax / Discussion #1025334

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 03, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The positions of the presidential candidates, Senators Hillary Clinton Barack Obama and John McCain, on a gas tax noted. [CLINTON - says she would suspend the gas tax.] [OBAMA – opposes an idea to get through the summer.] [McCAIN – says he will have an energy policy which will eliminate our dependence on oil from the Middle East and prevent us from having to send our young men and women into conflict.] Live discussion held with Republican strategist Renee Amoore† and “Philly Speaks” host E. Steven Collins† about the division between the candidates. [AMOORE, COLLINS – express views Clinton’s and Obama’s positions; respond to McCain’s oil and war comments; predict who will win in Indiana and North Carolina.]
Sanchez, Rick

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