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Health Care Reform / Senate Bill #963101

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 17, 2009
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Capitol: Nancy Cordes) The fight over the Senate health care bill with liberals angry over the omission of the public option featured; details given about support former President Bill Clinton and Democrats’ challenges to President Obama on other issues, including Afghanistan; CBS News/"New York Times" poll findings cited; remarks from the White House Facebook page and statement from Representative John Conyers† quoted. [Senator Bernard SANDERS†- says there are many aspects that are not good.] [CBS political analyst Marc AMBINDER†- warns that Republicans could take over the House.] [Center for American Progress John PODESTA†- states the White House is struggling to get 60 votes in the Senate.] The tough spot for the White House discussed.

Couric, Katie;
Cordes, Nancy

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