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Sam Donaldson, prescriptions

Sam Donaldson, prescriptions

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At 6:20, we talked with ABC Newsman Sam Donaldson and asked him about Republicans lining up against Supreme Court nominee Sotomayor. He said it won't mean much and she will be confirmed and she may surprise people when she is sitting on the bench. He also talked about health care and the fact that the president is not happy about the delay. To hear more, click here.

At 7:40 we aired a special report from ABC on how pharmacies can change your prescription without your knowledge. This practice is perfectly legal in many states and is done to save money. To hear more, click here.

At 8:40 we talked to a Wall Street Journal reporter about the contention that speculators drove the wild price hikes in the oil industry last summer and that there might have to be some new regulations to curb the practice that drove gas prices so high. To hear more, click here.

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