This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) Where the vote stands on the bill that will pass featured; scenes shown of tempers flaring on the House floor & the protests; details given about the compromise on the abortion issue. [Holding the gavel, Speaker of the House Nancy PELOSI; Representatives Marsha BLACKBURN, Bart STUPAK - speak about the bill.] A bill on financial changes discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer; White House: Jake Tapper) Obama's work on the bill, including the abortion divide & his talk with members of Congress who are wavering, discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.
(Washington: David Kerley) The racial protests in Washington, DC, over the bill featured; scenes shown of black representatives, including Representative Emanuel Cleaver being spit on & slurs against gay Representative Barney Frank. [Republican National Committee chairman Michel STEELE, PROTESTER - comment on the "idiots."] [Mt. Zion Baptist Church minister Rev. Leonard SMITH- preaches.] [Representative John LEWIS- reacts.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Some of the key provisions in this bill reviewed: senior drug rebates, no denial of coverage for the sick, children on parents insurance till 26, pre-existing conditions & having to have insurance.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Tim Johnson) The significance of 30 million without insurance who will now have it leading to preventive care & the provision that sick people cannot be cut off discussed.
(Fargo, North Dakota: Barbara Pinto) The cresting of the Red River in North Dakota featured; scenes shown from a Fargo church service, the sandbagging, flooding in rural areas. [Fargo resident Jerral JONES, Cass County resident Tom LINNERTZ, North Dakota Air National Guard Tony JENNI- comment on the waters.]
(Svay Pak, Cambodia; Dan Harris) The rescue in Cambodia of children being sold for sex by their parents featured; scenes shown of the kids in Svay Pak, the epicenter of the child sex trade & from a shelter run by evangelicals; details given about the genocide in Cambodia in the 1970s. [Evangelical Christian community center director Clay BUTLER, former sex slave "BELLA," Agape International Missions Pastor Don BREWSTER - comment on the situation here.]