This program is 29 minutes long
(Denver: Jake Tapper) The plans for the allocation of the stimulus money outlined; scenes shown from the roof of the Denver Nature and Science Museum and from Lake Ozark, Missouri, where the Tuscumbia Bridge project was started; details given of the timetable for the transfer of money to the states and of the amounts for highway construction. [OBAMA - says today marks the beginning of the end.] [Missouri Governor Jay NIXON- comments.] Map shown of the stimulus allocations by state.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The mayors' wish list for spending projects outlined on screen.
(Hoboken, New Jersey: David Muir) The state-level projects examined; examples in Michigan, Elkhart, Indiana and Hoboken, New Jersey, cited. [Michigan Governor Jennifer GRANHOLM- says we have 50 million dollars of requests and we can put people to work.] [Elkhart, Indiana, MAN, Hoboken Mayor David ROBERTS - comment.]
(Detroit: Chris Bury) The scramble by GM and Chrysler to restructure while asking for more bailout money featured; scenes shown from a GM plant; details given of GM plans to shrink brands, cut US jobs, close five more plants and push for less health care and of the job cuts and dropping of models by Chrysler. [Edmunds.com editor Karl BRAUER0 outlines what the auto companies want.] [Two auto WORKERS, GM retiree John TULICE- react.] [Chicago car dealer Mike HELMSTETTER- says people still need cars.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(No location given: Martha Raddatz) The issue of Pakistan and Afghanistan raised during Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's visit to Asia reported. [In interview, CLINTON - comments on the Pakistan deal with the Taliban and the threat in the region.]
(Capitol Hill: Jonathan Karl) The perks for the postmaster general at a time of financial trouble for the Postal Service examined; details given about his salary and bonuses and the losses at the Post Office. [Last month, Postmaster General John POTTER- cites the severity of the challenge at hand.] [Representative Jason CHAFFETZ- reacts to Potter's pay.]
(Bradenton, Florida: Bob Woodruff) The improbable journey of two baseball pitchers, Rinku Singh and Dinesh Kumar Patel, from India featured; scenes shown from baseball tryouts and spring training and from a TV show where guys competed for a major league tryout. ["The Million Dollar Arm" creator J.B. BERNSTEIN- talks about his TV show.] [USC pitching coast Tom HOUSE- talks about the two guys and baseball.] [SINGH, PATEL - talk about their chances.]