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Illegal Immigration / License Plan / You Decide 2008 #949363

FNC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 01, 2007
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.

(Studio: Eric Shawn) The lawsuit filed by Republicans against New York Governor Eliot Spitzer over his plan to issue driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants examined; details given about Spitzer’s proposal; poll statistics cited. [SPITZER – speaks about improving security in the state.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith; Washington: Major Garrett) Criticism from both political parties of Democratic presidential candidate Senator Hillary Clinton over her stance on the license issue, Mitt Romney’s remarks about Former Rudolph Giuliani and the upcoming primaries discussed.

Smith, Shepard;
Shawn, Eric;
Garrett, Major

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