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Bush's Week

Liane talks with NPR White House Correspondent Don Gonyea about President Bush's past week, ranging from the reversal on his position to regulate carbon dioxide to his steady insistence on a tax cut to his edging away from his plan to have faith-based organizations deliver government services and to his desire to no longer have the American Bar Association review judicial appointments.

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