This program is 29 minutes long
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Peter Alexander) The likely win for Mitt Romney featured; scenes shown of the campaigning by Romney, Jon Huntsman, Ron Paul, Rick Santorum & Newt Gingrich; details given about the attacks on Romney’s business experience as head of Bain Capital and the distribution of fake pink slips by Democrats; Rick Perry’s anti-Romney ring tone played. [GINGRICH; in South Carolina, PERRY; HUNTSMAN – criticize Romney.] [Monday, ROMNEY – says he likes being able to fire people.] [Today, ROMNEY – clarifies his remark.] [VOTER – worries about the deficit.] Paul’s criticism of the attacks on Romney noted.
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(New York: Tamron Hall) What New Hampshire voters are concerned about outlined; poll findings cited.
(Manchester, New Hampshire: Brian Williams, Andrea Mitchell, Chuck Todd, David Gregory) The importance of a second-place finish with super PAC support at stake, the role of independent voters and what the outcome means for Romney discussed; super PAC funding amounts for 4 candidates cited.
(Supreme Court: Pete Williams) The Supreme Court case involving decency, including swear words and nudity, on television and radio reviewed; examples cited; details given about the pushback from the networks and the opinions of Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg, John Roberts and Antonin Scalia; courtroom sketches by Art Lien shown. [Morality in Media president Patrick TRUEMAN- objects to networks dumping whatever they want into the homes of families.] [Lawyer for the networks Carter PHILLIPS- explains the networks’ position.]
(No location given: Kristen Dahlgren) The snow in Alaska featured; scenes and photos shown of Cordova, which got 15 feet, the National Guard digging out, a Coast Guard icebreaker ship. [Cordova resident Jeff BAILEY, voice of Katrina HOFFMAN– comment.] [Cordova public information officer Allen MARQUETTE- worries about the next storm.] [US Coast Guard cutter Healy Commander Greg TLAPA- comments on the effort to lead a Russian tanker through the ice.]