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Thursday in Washington: Chicago's `` Bionic Woman'' debuts at National Press Club. Rep. Rahm Emanuel touts bill to reduce abortions. Israeli Foreign Minister Livni on Capitol Hill. Bush Jazzs GOPers; hosts Jazz fest.

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from the White House.............

This morning, President Bush will make remarks to the House Republican Conference at the United States Capitol. He will then return to the White House, where he will meet with President Roh Moo-hyun of the Republic of Korea. President Bush looks forward to reviewing with President Roh progress in relations since their last bilateral meeting in Gyeongju on issues including our Free Trade Agreement negotiations and the Six Party Talks.

In the evening, President and Mrs. Bush will participate in a social dinner at the White House in honor of the Thelonius Monk Institute of Jazz, which will be followed by entertainment.

9:30 am:
EDT THE PRESIDENT makes Remarks to the House Republican Conference
United States Capitol | Washington, DC

11:00 am:
EDT THE PRESIDENT meets with the President of South Korea
The White House | Washington, DC

7:45 pm:
EDT THE PRESIDENT and Mrs. Bush participate in a Social Dinner in Honor of The Thelonius Monk Institute of Jazz
The White House | Washington, DC

9:00 pm:
EDT THE PRESIDENT and Mrs. Bush attend Entertainment
The White House | Washington, DC

from the AP daybook...................

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VISITING VIP SCHEDULES

ISRAELI FOREIGN MINISTER TZIPI LIVNI

Highlights:

Meets with Jewish members of Congress, foolowed by a session with Sen. Richard Lugar and the Foreign Relations Committee, Sen. John McCain, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Sens Daniel Inouye and Ted Stevens (joint), and Vice President Cheney.


The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago holds a news conference to introduce the first ``Bionic Woman,'' who controls her arm movements through thought processes alone using the most advanced prothesis device available.

Location: National Press Club.

10 a.m. ABORTION BILL _ Pro-choice and pro-life Democrats unveil bill to reduce number of abortions in America and provide support to new parents to strengthen families. Reps. Tim Ryan, Rosa DeLauro, Rahm Emanuel, and others will speak.

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