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Health Care Reform / Town Hall Meetings #942736

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 10, 2009
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(Studio: John Roberts) Video of town hall meetings in North Arlington, New Jersey, Douglasville, Georgia, & Romulus, Michigan, in which constituents laid into Representative Steve Rothman†† & John Dingell shown.

(Baltimore: Tom Foreman) A town hall meeting in Baltimore with Senator Ben Cardin†† reviewed & discussed; scenes shown of protests at Towson University against the health care plan & of the shouting inside when Cardin spoke. [Four PROTESTERS - speak against the plan.]

(Studio: John Roberts) President Obama's town hall meeting tomorrow in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, previewed.

(North Arlington, New Jersey: Gary Tuchman) The rising heat at the town hall meetings featured; scenes shown from a town hall meeting & outside in North Arlington. [Mayor Peter MASSA†- comments on the turnout.] [Outside, Seaside Heights man, Andrew DERENZY†, Valley Stream, New York, man Dom LAROCCA†- voice opinions.]

Roberts, John;
Foreman, Tom;
Tuchman, Gary

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