President Bush and Big Business

GUESTS: LARRY NOBLE *Executive Director and General Counsel, The Center for Responsive Politics JOHN FUND *Editorial Board Member, The Wall Street Journal JOHN HARWOOD *Chief Political Correspondent for the Wall Street Journal Big business made big contributions to candidate George W. Bush. Now, Mr. Bush is President and business contributors like HMO's, tobacco and oil companies, just to name a few, have things they want done in Washington. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at what business wants from the Bush administration.



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