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Governor Schwarzenegger may be lucky that the New Hampshire primaries will distract attention from tomorrow's message on the State of the State. Why is there a $14 billion  deficit? Also, United Artists makes a deal with the writers, and , lots of rain but no end to the drought.

Producers:
Karen Radziner
Frances Anderton
Gary Scott

Making News Writers Strike: Jon Stewart Back on, Golden Globes May Be off, UA Cuts Deal with WGA 6 MIN, 26 SEC

David Letterman's Worldwide Pants was the first TV producer to make a deal with striking writers.  Today, United Artists confirmed the first Writers Guild agreement with a producer of film. 

Guests:
Carl Di Orio, Labor editor at the Hollywood Reporter

Reporter's Notebook All That Rain, Down the Drain 6 MIN, 36 SEC

After a couple of major rainstorms it may sound counter-intuitive, but it is still short of water and likely to remain so.

Guests:
Robert Gottlieb, Occidental College

Main Topic Preview of the State of the State 11 MIN, 4 SEC

Gray Davis was recalled from the governorship because of a massive deficit.  Four years later, the man who replaced him is faced with the same problem, only this time it's bigger.  In tomorrow's address on the State of the State, Governor Schwarzenegger will ask all Californians to share the pain of a $14 billion deficit.  How does this happen again and again?

Guests:
Dan Walters, Sacramento Bee (@WaltersBee)
Jonathan Wilcox, Adjunct Professor of Journalism, USC

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