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Health Care Reform / Protests #952135

NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 07, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kelly O’Donnell) The angry protests at town hall meetings on health care reform featured; scenes shown of people yelling, Representative John Dingell being shouted down; details given of the role of conservatives opposed to the Democrats’ plan; Democratic National Committee ad shown. [Meeting attendee Jeremy LAURA†- comments.] [Talk show host Rush LIMBAUGH – compares President Obama’s health care logo to a Nazi swastika.] [ Max PAPPAS†- says the politicians should be careful about dismissing this many people.] [Representative Jim MORAN†- opposes disrupting the meetings.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(White House: Chuck Todd) The White House reaction to the health care debate featured.

Williams, Brian;
O’Donnell, Kelly;
Todd, Chuck

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