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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(White House: Savannah Guthrie) The battle in the Senate over the health care bill updated; scenes shown of President Obama meeting with his cabinet; details given about the close vote by Democrats to debate the bill and the contention over the public option. [OBAMA – says he will not rest until businesses are investing and hiring.] [Senator Harry REID – recounts the reaction of the late Senator Edward Kennedy’s wife Vicki.] [Senator Blanche LINCOLN – opposes Reid’s proposal.] [Senator Mary LANDRIEU – comments on receiving money for Louisiana.] [White House press secretary Robert GIBBS – says we’re happy progress was made.] The progress of Obama’s deliberations over strategy for the Afghanistan war discussed.
- Williams, Brian;
- Guthrie, Savannah
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