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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.
(Tallahassee: Kelly O'Donnell) The next wave of legal challenges over the recount of votes in the presidential election in Florida previewed; details given of the Republican legal position over military absentee ballots and the Democratic lawsuits over vote counts in Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties. [Medal of Honor recipient Bob INGRAM, Bush attorney Bob GINSBURG - comment on military ballots.] [Former Senator George MITCHELL - comments on the election.]
(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Interview held with New York University law professor NBC legal analyst Rick Pildes about the coming Supreme Court hearing. [PILDES - says a Supreme Court ruling will not provide a final resolution to the race because the issue is narrow; explains how the court's decision to hear the case helps both parties.]
(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Further coverage of the battle for the White House on Meet the Press previewed.
- O'Donnell, Kelly;
- Seigenthaler, John
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