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(Studio: Maggie Rodriguez) Report introduced.
(Capitol: Nancy Cordes) The end of the battle over health care with the House vote tonight on the Senate’s package of “fixes” featured; details given about threats against Congressmembers; threatening phone message played; video of a mock wake outside a Congressman’s home shown. [Senator Kent CONRAD- states the American people can be forever proud.] [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM- criticizes the reconciliation process.] [Representative Eric CANTOR- says to use threats as political weapons is reprehensible.]
(Studio: Maggie Rodriguez) Report introduced. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.
(White House: Chip Reid) President Obama’s trip to Iowa to sell health care reform reviewed; scenes shown from Iowa City of a protest against the bill and of Obama picking up books critical of him. [In May 2007, OBAMA - promises a universal health care bill.] [OBAMA – comments on insurance for children with pre-existing conditions.] [Representative John BOEHNER- says there’s a grass roots revolt.] [DEMONSTRATOR – comments.]
- Rodriguez, Maggie;
- Cordes, Nancy;
- Reid, Chip
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