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Houston, Texas / Bush's Second Term #776743

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 12, 2005
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(Houston: Peter Jennings) The view of President Bush's second term as held by residents of Houston & the surrounding area presented; family photos shown. [Jeff GIBSON - talks about the war in Iraq.] [In Thompsons, mailman/mayor Freddie NEWSOME - worries about Social Security & health care.] [Plumbing business owner Monica RYAN - talks about health care coverage.] [Hospital administrator Dr. Margo HILLIARD - talks about health care as a priority & the need for a national plan.] [At Foster High School, Gene TOMAS‡- questions overtesting the kids.] [Furniture store owner Jim McINVALE‡- says Houston wants to do its own thing.]

Jennings, Peter

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