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Economy: Mixed Signals / Jobs / Pence Interview #951949

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 30, 2009
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(Studio: John King) The big slide on Wall Street due to weak consumer spending reported. [Governor Arnold SCHWARZENEGGER - says teachers would be gone without the stimulus money.]

(Studio: John King) Live interview held with Representative Mike Pence about the economy, jobs & health care reform. [PENCE - opposes giving the H1N1 swine flu vaccine to Guantanamo Bay terrorism inmates; reacts to the administration claims about jobs created by the stimulus; states we are in a jobless recovery at this point; comments on the jobs created numbers in his home state of Indiana; offers his view on health care reform: the people do not want a takeover with a freight train of big government & a Republican plan is coming.] Other material: [Vice President Joe BIDEN - cites the GDP numbers.]

King, John

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