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Elections / Pelosi Interview #843908

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 08, 2006
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(Washington: Katie Couric) Representative Nancy Pelosi's background reviewed. [In CBS interview, PELOSI - comments on what she has called President Bush for his failures in Iraq & Hurricane Katrina; states Democrats hope to work in a bipartisan mode; says immigration & the minimum wage has to be addressed; notes raising taxes would be a last resort & other ways can be found to support better priorities; reacts to being the first woman Speaker of the House & in breaking the "marble ceiling."]

(Washington: Katie Couric) Statement from Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert†† that he does not want to be House minority leader noted.

Couric, Katie

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