- Newsmaker: Florida Legislature's Attempt to Bypass Courts - As action continues in state and federal courts, Florida's legislature is moving to play a decisive role in the presidential election process. Linda Kleindienst, state capitol bureau chief for the Sun Sentinel of South Florida, joins us from Tallahassee.
- Reporter's Notebook: The Slowing Economy: Soft or Hard Landing? A slowdown in America's spectacular economic growth has been anticipated, but how soon and how painful might it be? Edward Leamer, economist and director of UCLA's Anderson Business Forecast, says that although the sky's not falling the economic harvest is definitely over.
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