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Health Care Reform / Michelle Obama #947088

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 18, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said today about health care presented. [CLINTON - says we will wind up with a bill.]

(Studio: Erica Hill) First Lady Michelle Obama's new mission on health care examined; details given about her personal pitch & how first ladies have pushed agendas, like Hillary Clinton & health care. [OBAMA - says women know the pain; recalls her daughter's health problems; notes women have been denied insurance coverage for several reasons.] [CNN's Gloria BORGER - says Michelle has a high approval rating with women.] [National First Ladies Library historian Carl ANTHONY†- says Hillary was charged with running the health care effort.] [Republican strategist Alex CASTELLANOS - lauds Michelle's role.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Hill, Erica

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