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Monday, February 7, 2005

Budgeting The Heartland

Some of the biggest cuts in President Bush's budgets hurt those with the weakest political voice: the working poor. Cuts to block grants and agriculture are being scrutinized, Lee Cowan reports.

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The Battle Of The Budget

Republicans stood by President Bush's $2.5 trillion budget, which proposes some steep cuts. But Democrats decried the 'fiscally reckless' spending, saying the deficit will soar, John Roberts reports.

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Rice On U.S. Role In Mideast

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says the U.S. will be active in achieving Mideast peace, and invited leaders to the White House. CBS News's David Hawkins reports.

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John Edwards Gearing Up?

John Edwards was in Manchester, New Hampshire for the state's largest democratic fundraiser. Granite State natives say get ready for another run in 2008. CBS News' Trish Regan.

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Bush Pushes SS Plan

The President has wrapped up his five-state swing to promote his plans to overhaul Social Security. He spent most of his time focusing on his idea for private retirement accounts. Bill Plante reports.

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SS Debate Continues

Trish Regan has another report on the Social Security debate. After looking at a 27-year-old's thinking on the Bush plan, how could it affect someone who's twenty years older?

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