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Obama / Progress Report (Part I) #955330

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 23, 2009
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(Studio: Erica Hill) Report introduced.

(Studio: Tom Foreman) A progress report on President Obama presented & discussed; details given about promises & deliveries in the economic factors, health care reform, the wars in Afghanistan & Iraq.

(Studio: Erica Hill) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen & Leslie Sanchez & "Huffington Post"'s Tanya Acker about grading Obama on health care reform. [GERGEN - questions the savings in the health care plan & the problems with getting more primary care doctors.] [SANCHEZ - grades Obama with a "C" on health care.] [ACKER - grades Obama with a "B" on health care.] Other material: [OBAMA - defends his progress.]

Hill, Erica;
Foreman, Tom

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