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Medicare Bill / Congress / Campaign 2004 #742495

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 23, 2003
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Joe Johns) Sunday Congressional session on the Medicare reform bill reviewed; details given of the opposition to the proposed legislation. [Senator Bill FRIST - shows a prescription drug discount card.] [Senator Edward KENNEDY - says this bill risks the Medicare system.] [On "Meet the Press," Senator Tom DASCHLE - promises to fight the bill.] [Senator Dianne FEINSTEIN, HHS Secretary Tommy THOMPSON - back the bill.]

(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(White House: Rosiland Jordan) The impact of Medicare reform on campaign 2004 examined; Republican campaign ad shown. [Republican political analyst Kellyanne CONWAY†- calls President Bush's tackling Medicare reform a hail Mary pass.] [Presidential candidate Howard DEAN - campaigns.] [Presidential candidate retired Gen. Wesley CLARK - opposes the Bush ads.] [Former Democratic whip Tony COELHO - assesses Bush's strategy.]

(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Coverage of Monday's Democratic candidates debate on MSNBC noted.

Seigenthaler, John;
Johns, Joe;
Jordan, Rosiland

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