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Kennedy Health / Senate Seat #943822

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 20, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Boston: John Berman) The plea from ailing Senator Edward Kennedy in a letter for a quick section if his Senate seat becomes vacant featured; letter quoted; details given of his suggestion a replace be named before a special election so health care legislation can be passed. [Massachusetts secretary of state William GALVIN†- says the letter affirms soon we won't have Kennedy in the Senate.] [Last summer, KENNEDY - pledges to be there.] ["Boston Globe" reporter Susan MILLIGAN†- says his life passion is to get the legislation passed.] [Senator Richard TISEI†- opposes changing the law.]

Gibson, Charles;
Berman, John

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