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Health Care Reform / The Bill #961585

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 22, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What the health care bill that passed the House means introduced; scenes shown of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announcing the passage. [OBAMA - says it is a victory for the American people.] The timetable by year for the tenets of the bill to go into effect outlined on screen.

(Washington: Ed Henry) The lies told about the bill examined; details given about Republican charges that the bill would pay for abortions, military coverage, the government takeover of health care, Obama's claim this will reduce the deficit. [Representatives John BOEHNER, Michele BACHMANN†- criticize the bill.] [White House adviser David AXELROD - reacts to claims.] Tonight's White House meeting to plot strategy for the next few days discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Henry, Ed

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