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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Candy Crowley) The announcement by presidential candidate New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson that he will sign a bill allowing the medical use of marijuana; statement from former President Bill Clinton about Senator Barack Obama's initial ambivalence about the war in Iraq; the backing of Senator Sam Brownback for Gen. Peter Pace's view that homosexual acts are immoral and Senator John McCain's possibly insensitive remark on the campaign trail reported. [McCAIN - speaks about "a tar baby of enormous proportions."] How often the Iraq war comes up on the campaign trail with McCain bringing it up first discussed.
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Crowley, Candy
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