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Nightline #842979

ABC Special for Tuesday, Oct 31, 2006

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  • Taped segment with Terry Moran (ABC), political analyst Stuart Rothenberg, Johns Hopkins Institute for Cell Engineering Dr. John Gearhart, actor Michael J. Fox, and radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh re: embryonic stem cell research as a campaign issue in the upcoming congressional elections.
  • Taped segment with Nick Watt (ABC), Alan Kaufman of Finers Stephens Innocent, Vanessa Lloyd-Platt of Lloyd-Platt and Company, public relations guru Max Clifford, “The Sun Newspaper” former Editor Kelvin McKenzie, and unidentified others re: the public divorce of musician Paul McCartney and his wife Heather Mills McCartney.
  • Taped segment with Jake Tapper (ABC), Sen. George Allen‡, senatorial candidate Jim Webb‡, Vice President Dick Cheney’s wife Lynne, “Harper’s Magazine” Editor Roger Hodge, and unidentified others re: the use of fictional sex scenes from candidates’ novels as a campaign issue in the upcoming congressional elections.
  • Reporter(s):
    Watt, Nick;
    Tapper, Jake

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