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Host Bob Edwards talks to NPR's Cokie Roberts about President Bush's State of the Union Address tomorrow night and about the Enron story, which is attracting so much national attention. In speaking to the nation, the president is expected to promote his domestic agenda. He hasn't been linked to the Enron debacle, but former CEO Kenneth Lay was his biggest campaign contributor. And Vice President Cheney met with Enron officials when he was putting together the administration's energy policy.

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