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(Studio: Soledad O'Brien) Report introduced.
(Washington: Joe Johns) The decision by Florida Democrats not to hold a second de-over primary examined; details given about the options considered after the party punished the state. [Florida Democratic chairman Karen THURMAN- comments on the last option.] [In Tallahassee last week, voter Jorge LOPEZ- comments.] The reactions from the camps of Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama quoted. [Florida writer Dianne ROBERTS- reacts.]
(Studio: Soledad O'Brien) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Candy Crowley and Jeffrey Toobin about Florida, the Democrats and the candidates. [BORGER - offers views on what both camps may suggest; says it is not a case that will wind up in the courts.] [TOOBIN - says the status quo favors Obama.] [CROWLEY - outlines scenarios about the Florida vote.] Other material: [OBAMA - speaks about his address tomorrow on race and the black community.] [CROWLEY, BORGER - offer views on Obama, the social preaching of the black choice, his relationship with pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright and race.]
- O'Brien, Soledad;
- Johns, Joe
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