This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Nancy Cordes) The government announcement that the testing of low-tar cigarettes is bogus examined; statement quoted; details given about proposed legislation to ban the terms "low tar" and "light." [Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids President Matthew MYERS- says the FTC has put tobacco companies on notice.]
(New York: Kelly Wallace) Abusive relationships for tweens and teens examined; details given about the warning signs. [Mother of abuse victim April HIGHTSHOE†- talks about the treatment of her daughter; offers advice.] [Abuse victim Sami HIGHTSHOE†- recounts how she was treated.] [Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Chrissie FORKE†- comments on the cycle of violence.] [In group, 11-year-old Kehinde DOSUNMU†- comments.]
(Etna Green, Indiana: Armen Keteyian) CBS exclusive report on the issue of toxic trailers being used by victims of Hurricane Katrina examined; details given about the FEMA contract to supply trailers; scenes shown from the shuttered Gulf Stream plant in Indiana. [Former trailer builders Lynda ESFARZA, son Tommy YAGER- talk about their health symptoms, the construction of the trailers and co-workers keeling over.] [Attorney Sean TRUNDY- comments on the trailer case.] Statement from Gulf Stream quoted.
(Baghdad: Elizabeth Palmer) The state of Iraq's hospitals despite the oil profits examined; scenes shown from the Khadimiya Hospital where the beds are still full; details given about the political infighting that prevents money going to hospitals. [Hospital's Dr. Haider RASHID†- lists simple medical supplies lacking.] [Iraqi parliament's Bassam SHARIF†- cites the widespread corruption in Iraq.]
(Santa Clara: John Blackstone) The sea lion of Santa Clara, California, featured; scenes shown from Silicon Valley. [Sea lion watchers Deja KING, Cameron WHITAKER, Eric FRIETAS- talk about the sea lion.] [Marine Mammal Center's Sue PEMBERTON- talks about the effort to capture the sea lion.]