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Obama / State of the Union / Ryan Interview #1095516

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 28, 2014
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(Washington: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(White House: Major Garrett) President Obama’s State of the Union address previewed; excerpts quoted; details given about his plan to sign an executive order raising the minimum wage for some workers.

(Washington: Scott Pelley) The objection of Republicans to Obama’s use of executive orders noted; Speaker of the House John Boehner’s remarks quoted. [In CBS interview, Representative Paul RYAN – says it sounds like Obama wants to go around the Constitution; talks about how Congress & Obama differ on issues including immigration reform & amnesty and the debt ceiling & the budget.]

(Washington: Scott Pelley, Bob Schieffer) The use of executive orders by other presidents and Obama’s spare use of this practice discussed.

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