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Economy: A Discussion #925384

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 17, 2009
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[President OBAMA - says the American people have to confront all the problems.]

(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, "Money" magazine writer Donna Rosato† and innovation consultant Frans Johansson about the economic agenda for the country. [GERGEN - says the AIG mess could jeopardize Obama's economic program.] [In response to question from St. Bernard Project volunteer Michael Gilman, JOHANSSON - speaks about strategies for raising money via small donations.] [In response to question from student Elizabeth Baumann†, ROSATO - says the non-profit sector is growing and there are loan forgiveness programs.] [In response to question from St. Bernard Project volunteer Dan Kuzozal†, GERGEN - says the administration has people to move the stimulus money around; notes AmeriCorps will be expanded.]

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