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Gasoline Prices / Bush 100 Days #439057

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 26, 2001
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(Capitol Hill: Wolf Blitzer) The issue of the rise in gasoline prices examined; statistics cited on oil company profits. [In Madison, WI, MOTORIST - complains.] [At hearings, Robinson Oil Company CEO Thomas ROBINSON - says the system is stressed.] [Senators Frank MURKOWSKI, Charles SCHUMER - comment on energy problems.]

(Capitol Hill: Wolf Blitzer, Kate Snow) The limits on what Congress can do about the gasoline prices and the Democrats' hammering of President Bush for favoring special interests discussed. [Representative Richard GEPHARDT, Senator Tom DASCHLE - criticize Bush's administration.]

(Capitol Hill: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.

(Houston: Kelly Wallace) Bush's response to the Democratic criticism reviewed.

Blitzer, Wolf;
Snow, Kate;
Wallace, Kelly

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