This program is 29 minutes long
(Phoenix: John Blackstone) The reaction to the immigration law & today's legal measure blocking it examined; scenes shown from Phoenix; specifics from Bolton's ruling cited. [MALDEF attorney Gladys LIMON, Arizona resident Chris LANGWELL, Governor Jan BREWER, waitress Jessica PEREZ, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe ARAPAIO - offer views on the ruling & the immigration problem.]
(Studio: Katie Couric; Washington: Jan Crawford) The meaning of Bolton's ruling for President Obama's administration by emphasizing the federal government role, how the immigration problem will be handled as a federal responsibility & the political battle on the issue that will likely go to the Supreme Court discussed.
(Tehachapi, California: Hattie Kauffman) The fast-moving wildfire near Tehachapi featured; scenes shown of burned-out areas. [Residents George PLESCO, Donna MORAN, Kern County fire department Capt. Brandon SMITH- comment on the fire.]
(Gulfport, Mississippi: Mark Strassmann) The improvement in the disaster zone featured; aerial view of the Mississippi coastline shown; details given about concerns of undersea dead zones & the challenge for reviving tourism. [Civil Air Patrol pilot Randy STASTNY- says there is a huge change: no oil.] [LSU professor Ed OVERTON- comments on the healing & the long-term impact.] [Orange Beach, Alabama, condo owner Robert STEWART- calls it the end of the beginning.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) The story of Army Sgt. Ryan Baumann†, of the 101st Airborne, who died in Afghanistan in 2008, & what happened to the death benefits granted his mother presented; details given about how Prudential handled her benefits. [Mother Cindy LOHMAN††- recounts what happened to her son who sacrificed his life; states the Prudential checks could not be verified; states the insurance companies are increasing their profits.] [Bloomberg Markets magazine journalist David EVANS††- says the life insurance company is holding on to the money: using retained asset accounts to profit from deaths.] [Veterans for Common Sense Paul SULLIVAN†- calls this practice outrageous.] [Washington & Lee University law professor Adam SCALES†- says it may be civilly unlawful.] A defensive statement from Prudential quoted.
(Rhinebeck, New York: Elaine Quijano) The small town of Rhinebeck, New York, that will be hosting the July 31 wedding of Chelsea Clinton & banker Marc Mezvinsky visited; scenes shown from the town's mansion & inn. ["Hudson Valley News" editor Jim LANGAN, "New York Daily News" John ROCA- offer perspective on the wedding event.]