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Gay Marriage / Constitutional Amendment / Harwood, Easton Interview #759551

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 13, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Ed Henry) The rules of engagement on the issue of a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage examined. [Senator Tom DASCHLE - says Republicans cannot agree on the form of the amendment.] [Senators Bill FRIST, Frank LAUTENBERG, Rick SANTORUM - comment on the debate on a marriage amendment.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The "Brown table" discussion held with "Wall Street Journal" reporter Bill Harwood & "Boston Globe" Nina Easton† about the gay marriage amendment. [From Washington, EASTON, HARWOOD - offer views on the politics of the amendment, including the diverse positions of the Republicans.] [EASTON - talks about the administration's current promotion of the war in the Iraq; notes President Bush has "big problems" because of Iraq.] [HARWOOD - outlines Senator John Kerry's problems re: Iraq & the view that Bush "owns" this war; warns against underestimating Bush.]

Brown, Aaron;
Henry, Ed

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