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Los Angeles, California / Immigration March / Police #859064

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 01, 2007
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(Los Angeles: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Ted Rowlands) Breaking news on Los Angeles police firing rubber bullets at immigration marchers presented; scenes shown of police confronting the demonstrators and firing without warning. [MARCHER - says we wanted a peaceful march for immigration rights.] The makeup of the soft rubber bullet and the police effort to clear the park discussed.

(Los Angeles: Anderson Cooper) Today's marches across the country reported; crowds shown.

(Los Angeles: Anderson Cooper; New York: Glenn Beck) The view that today's rallies hurt the immigrants' position, how illegal immigration is a security issue that needs to be fixed first, the need for reasoned discussions on the amnesty debate and the view that the US is separating left and right on several issues discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Rowlands, Ted;
Beck, Glenn

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