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CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 02, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(White House: Dana Bash) The Labor Department report on the new jobs created examined; job statistics cited. [In West Virginia, President BUSH - says the tax relief is working.] [Treasury Secretary John SNOW, OMB director Josh BOLTEN†, Bush adviser Karen HUGHES - push the economic news.] [Challenger Senator John KERRY, Senator Jon CORZINE - criticize the job picture.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(New York: Kelly Wallace) The unprecedented campaign ad blitz examined; sample ads shown; spending statistics cited; details given of Republican challenges to the legality of groups like contributing to Kerry's campaign. [Campaign media analysis group Evan TRACEY†- cites the spending.] [On "Inside Politics," Kerry campaign chairman Jeanne SHAHEEN†, Republican Marc RACICOT - offer differing opinions on the legality issue.]

Brown, Aaron;
Bash, Dana;
Wallace, Kelly

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