Is Dallas Ready To Embrace The Bush Family? On the cusp of the next administration, we take a look at President Bush's legacy and his move back to Texas. He's moving into a relatively humble home and some neighbors are concerned about terrorists and traffic, we learn.
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Is Dallas Ready To Embrace The Bush Family?

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Is Dallas Ready To Embrace The Bush Family?

Is Dallas Ready To Embrace The Bush Family?

Is Dallas Ready To Embrace The Bush Family?

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On the cusp of the next administration, we take a look at President Bush's legacy. First, Alex Cohen talks to Daron Shaw, political science professor at the University of Texas at Austin. Shaw, who worked for the Bush campaign, sees the president's legacy as something that will take years to fully comprehend.

Then we talk to Colleen McCain-Nelson of The Dallas Morning News about the President and First Lady's move back to Dallas. Some neighbors are concerned about terrorists and traffic, she says.