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Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Iraq's Brain Trauma Impact

The shock of an explosion or crash of a Humvee can cause dangerous brain injuries. David Martin talks with Hugo Gonzalez, one of 400 Iraq soldiers treated at Walter Reed for brain injury.

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Bush's Right-To-Die History

Lee Cowan reports that when President Bush was Texas governor, he laid out a right-to-life law that has led to recent deaths. Now, his view doesn't support such strong states' rights.

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Politics In Vegetative Cases

Bob Schieffer talks with Bill Plante about the politics and public opinion of right-to-die cases. Plante says politics is always at least in part compassion, but poll numbers matter, too.

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Faces Of The Fallen

An army of artists is working ensure post-9/11 fallen troops are remembered. An exhibit at Arlington National Cemetery is displaying portraits of the troops. Jim Axelrod talks to the artists.

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Spring Break Warning

Sure, binge drinking is a spring break hazard, but the U.S. State Department is also warning Americans of kidnappings and drug-related violence south of the border, Lee Cowan reports.

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Life, Death And Politics

With the country sharply divided on the Schiavo case, politicians claim they are trying only to save a life. Wyatt Andrews reports on some of the politics behind the right-to-life case.

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