PATT MORRISON SCHEDULE
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
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1:06 – 1:39
Obama Hits Reset: Health Care Reform & a Skeptical Congress
After what has been universally described as a tough August, President Barack Obama kicks off the Fall political season on the attack, bringing his case for sweeping national health care reform directly to a skeptical Congress. Senators and House members, after being literally and figuratively whacked around the country in town hall forums, come back from summer recess in much less of a reforming mood than before they left D.C. How will the President refine his sales pitch and what will be the end result?
Karen Tumulty, TIME Magazine national political correspondent; she has covered the health care reform debate in Congress & the White House
Elizabeth McGlynn, senior principal researcher at
Rep. John Shadegg, R-Arizona’s 3rd District
- Rep. Shadegg is a member of the House GOP Health Care Task Force and has authored two health care reform bills: the “Patients Health Care Reform Act” and the “Health Care Choice Act.”
- Shadegg has also served as Chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee and was the founding chairman of the Republican Study Committee.
1:41 – 1:58:30
2:06 – 2:30
2:30 – 2:58:30
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Talks Legacy, the Internet
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor may be retired but that doesn’t mean her work is done. The first female Supreme Court Justice joins Patt to talk about her legacy and her new civic education project, “Our Courts,” an interactive Web site designed to engage young minds in civic inquiry.
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, former Supreme Court justice (1981-2006)
Producer, Patt Morrison Program
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