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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The reaction of Representative James Clyburn to the health care reform bill noted. Earlier interview held with Texas Representative Henry Cuellar about the bill. [CUELLAR - says he needs to read the amendments to the bill, that abortion is one of the factors; comments on the pressure, how his district is important, the vote process & how he will read everything before voting.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The vow of some Republican governors to make this law null & void for their states noted. [In interview, Idaho Governor C.L. "Butch" OTTER - says Congress cannot take this action.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin & John King about the governors' move. [TOOBIN - says the idea that this is unconstitutional is wrong; comments on the 10th Amendment on what is authorized by the Constitution & how the Supreme Court has long ruled under the commerce clause.] [KING - says the Democrats are making progress; comments on the politics of the vote; states it looks like a Sunday vote on the legislation.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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