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Economy: Geithner / Student Protests #961278

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 19, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The anger over the economy that erupted in 2 places introduced.

(Capitol: Kelly O’Donnell) Calls from Congressmembers for Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner to resign featured. [At hearing, Representative Kevin BRADY††- asks Geithner to step down.] [From MSNBC last night, Representative Peter DeFAZIO†- says we need a new economic team that cares about Main Street more than Wall Street.] [Senator Charles SCHUMER††, Representative Michael BURGESS††- criticize Geithner.] [GEITHNER – blames President George Bush’s administration; says the economy is stronger today.] President Obama shown on his return from Asia.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: George Lewis) Protests by students in California against a hike in college fees featured; scenes shown from the UCLA campus in Los Angeles of demonstrations outside and inside the meeting room; statistics on average college costs cited. [University of California president Mark YUDOF†- says we have furloughs, layoffs, unhappy students.] [2 STUDENTS – comment.]

Williams, Brian;
O’Donnell, Kelly;
Lewis, George

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