Voices In the News A sound montage of some of the voices in this past week's news, including Dr. Richard Klausner, Director of the National Cancer Institute, on Gleevec, a new drug designed to treat leukemia; Clint Bolick, Litigation Director of the Institute for Justice, and Ralph Neas, President of People for the American Way, on President Bush's new judicial nominees; President Bush on the US exclusion from the UN Human Rights Commission; Senators Pete Domenici and Ted Kennedy on President Bush's new budget; and Attorney General John Ashcroft on his decision to postpone Timothy McVeigh's execution.
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Voices In the News

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A sound montage of some of the voices in this past week's news, including Dr. Richard Klausner, Director of the National Cancer Institute, on Gleevec, a new drug designed to treat leukemia; Clint Bolick, Litigation Director of the Institute for Justice, and Ralph Neas, President of People for the American Way, on President Bush's new judicial nominees; President Bush on the US exclusion from the UN Human Rights Commission; Senators Pete Domenici and Ted Kennedy on President Bush's new budget; and Attorney General John Ashcroft on his decision to postpone Timothy McVeigh's execution.