Voices In the News A sound montage of some of the voices in this past week's news, including Chinese Embassy Representative Lee Xiao Ming introducing two new pandas at the National Zoo in Washington; President-elect George W. Bush defending Linda Chavez, his original choice for Secretary of Labor; Linda Chavez, asking Bush to withdraw her nomination for Secretary of Labor; President-elect Bush introducing Elaine Chao, his new choice for Secretary of Labor; Elaine Chao; California Governor Gray Davis delivering his State of the State Address; David Stempler, President, Air Travelers Association and Barbara Biar, president of the aviation consulting firm Avmark; and Joanne Drake, chief of staff to former President Reagan.
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A sound montage of some of the voices in this past week's news, including Chinese Embassy Representative Lee Xiao Ming introducing two new pandas at the National Zoo in Washington; President-elect George W. Bush defending Linda Chavez, his original choice for Secretary of Labor; Linda Chavez, asking Bush to withdraw her nomination for Secretary of Labor; President-elect Bush introducing Elaine Chao, his new choice for Secretary of Labor; Elaine Chao; California Governor Gray Davis delivering his State of the State Address; David Stempler, President, Air Travelers Association and Barbara Biar, president of the aviation consulting firm Avmark; and Joanne Drake, chief of staff to former President Reagan.