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A Nation Waits #649312

ABC Special for Monday, Dec 11, 2000

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Live ABC report and analysis of today's US Supreme Court hearing re: the Florida vote recount, including:

  • Audio replay of today's oral arguments by Bush legal counsels Ted Olson and Joe Klock, and Gore legal counsel David Boies.
  • Analysis includes the participation of ABC News Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin, Florida State University Constitutional Law Professor Steven Gey, ABC News political analyst George Stephanopoulos, Justice O'Connor former clerk Richard Taranto, and ABC News consultant Michael Beschloss.
  • NOTE: ABC's replay included scrolling text of the oral arguments, which continued during discussions by reporters and analysts.

  • Reporter(s):
    Donaldson, Sam;
    Ford, Jack;
    Judd, Jackie;
    Morgan, Terry;
    Roberts, Cokie

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