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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Aug 17, 2003
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(Studio: Andrea Koppel) Live discussion held with radio talk show hosts Nancy Skinner and Martha Zoller† about the political fallout from the blackout in the Northeast. [SKINNER – comments on how New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, New York Governor George Pataki†† and Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm†† fared politically during the blackout; says President Bush avoided responsibility; says deregulation is the problem.] [ZOLLER – defends Bush; says energy is a populist issue; comments on problems in upgrading the energy system.]

Koppel, Andrea

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