Hillary Clinton: The First Six Months

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Monday, July 27, 2009

On Sunday, Hillary Clinton gave a wide-ranging interview on Meet the Press. On the next Brian Lehrer Show: an assessment of her first six months as Secretary of State. Plus: death with dignity in New York; and the questionable practices of debt collection agencies and arbitration companies. Halted Development Map: Help pin-point more! Vote In Our Uncommon Economic Indicators Video Contest!

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