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Health Care Reform / Passage / A Discussion (Part I) #961591

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 22, 2010
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[Representatives Paul RYAN, James CLYBURN - offer differing opinions on the health care bill.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN interview held with former President Bill Clinton about the bill. [From Haiti, CLINTON - says President Obama hung in there & was able to legislate.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Joe Johns, Paul Begala, Ed Rollins & Dana Bash about the bill. [BEGALA - gives his reaction to the resurrection of health care reform; quotes Machiavelli.] [ROLLINS - says the fight is just beginning because Republicans & independents will continue to fight.] [JOHNS - comments on the constitutional battle.] [BASH - comments on the mood on Capitol Hill, what happened last night & the building tension in the Senate.]

Cooper, Anderson

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