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Debate Heats Up over Port Security

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Debate Heats Up over Port Security

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Debate Heats Up over Port Security

Debate Heats Up over Port Security

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Members of Congress propose legislation to block the sale of six U.S. port operations to a company owned by the Arab emirate of Dubai. President Bush vows a veto. Guests on the program weigh in on both sides of the debate.

Guests:

Jim Vande Heim, reporter, The Washington Post

James Carafano, senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation

Rep. Christopher Shays (R-CT)

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