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Bush: Still in California. Immigration speech today.

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President Bush delivers a speech on immigration today, designed to spur the Senate into taking up immigration legislation that derailed just before they left for Spring break. A bi-partisan deal broke down and even with Bush's speech--may be hard to put together again.


The president then flies to Las Vegas for a fundraiser for a congressional candidate.

9:10 am THE PRESIDENT makes Remarks on Comprehensive Immigration Reform

PDT Hyatt Regency Irvine | Irvine, California

OPEN PRESS

12:35 pm THE PRESIDENT attends Jon Porter for Congress Luncheon

The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino | Las Vegas, Nevada

POOL FOR CAMERAS; OPEN FOR CORRESPONDENTS

7:00 pm INTOWN TRAVEL POOL gathers in the Brady Briefing Room

EDT

9:00 pm THE PRESIDENT arrives The White House via Marine One

South Lawn, The White House

OPEN PRESS

(Pre-set: 8:00 pm)

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Lynn,
I meant to tell you at the Terkel Awards the other day when we were momenarily in the same conversational scrum that I'm glad you're part of "Blogginois" and I follow closely the nuggets you drop here. This Internet thing..there's something to it, don't you agree?
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Lynn Sweet reply....
hi eric.....
and good to see you with your banjo the other night........thanks for your note; i enjoy your work, in netland and paper....
.....and i'm pleased to be part of ``blogginois.''
yes, there is something to this!
(this is kinda like hyper IM, yes?)

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