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Health Care Reform / Passage / A Discussion (Part III) #961601

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 22, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The drop in President Obama's job performance rating cited.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Joe Johns, Paul Begala, Ed Rollins & Dana Bash about the health care reform bill & the ripple effect. [BEGALA - comments on Obama's poll numbers.] [ROLLINS - says the health care issue will play out in the elections because of the cost issue, which puts the future of young people in jeopardy.] [JOHNS - outlines the political consequences for the Democrats.] [BASH - talks about the mid-term elections.] [BEGALA, ROLLINS - talk about the politics.]

Cooper, Anderson

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