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Health Care Reform / The Outrage / Town Hall Meetings / A Discussion #942872

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 13, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) YouTube video of Representative Sheila Jackson Lee allegedly on the phone with a cancer survivor shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Candy Crowley, Joe Johns & Tom Foreman about the outrage at the town hall meetings. [CROWLEY - talks about the complaints at the town hall meetings: that no one is listening to us; comments on what Senator Charles Grassley is saying about the underlying problems with too much government.] [JOHNS - says it is about the government listening to the people; notes the legislation is all over the place.] [FOREMAN - says members of Congress are staging these events & the people are putting pressure on the members; agrees there will be pressure to scale back the question of cost.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tomorrow's coverage of the uninsured millions previewed.

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Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:07:50

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