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—8:00 am: The American Bar Association hosts a breakfast meeting with 9/11 Commissioners Jamie Gorelick and Slade Gorton on "Intelligence Prospects for Change," Capital Hilton, Washington, DC —8:25 am: President Bush makes remarks honoring the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian, White House, Washington, DC —9:00 am: Senate Democratic Leader Tom Daschle and Sen. Hillary Clinton host a forum on Native Americans, Dirksen Building, Washington, DC —9:00 am: Kaiser Family Foundation holds news conference to release national survey of "Parents on Children, Media and Policy" including content issues, impact of food advertising on children and impact of Super Bowl incident, Barbara Jordan Conference Center, Washington, DC —9:00 am: The National Committee for Quality Assurance holds a news conference to unveil the latest version of its annual review of the U.S. health care industry's performance in key areas of care and service, Washington, DC —10:00 am: Iraqi Prime Minister Allawi addresses a joint session of Congress, Capitol Hill, Washington, DC —10:00 am: White House press secretary Scott McClellan holds a gaggle with reporters —10:00 am: New York City Speaker Gifford Miller joins 20 Council members in presenting the federal government with invoices totaling the $11 billion they say the city has been shortchanged by the Bush Administration. Rep. Rangel will participate. Rayburn, Washington, DC —10:30 am: Priests for Life, the National Pro-Life Religious Council and Gospel of Life Ministries bring together a coalition of religious leaders to emphasize their belief that it is morally wrong to vote for pro-abortion candidates for public office, National Press Club, Washington, DC —10:50 am: Sen. John Kerry holds a "meet and greet" with firefighters, Columbus, OH —11:20 am: President Bush meets with the Prime Minister of the Interim Government of the Republic of Iraq, White House, Washington, DC —11:30 am: Sen. Byron Dorgan holds a news conference on prescription drug re-importation, Dirksen, Washington, DC —11:55 am: Sen. John Kerry meets with the editorial board of the Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, OH (closed press) —12:00 pm: Mrs. Bush delivers remarks at a Victory 2004 Luncheon, Bloomfield Hills, MI —12:00 pm: Pfizer Vice President Peter Rost and members of Congress hold a news conference "debunking the myth" that prescription drugs from abroad are unsafe, Dirksen, Washington, DC —12:00 pm: Rep. Jim Turner, Silvestre Reyes, others, hold a news conference to introduce a bill to transform the Southern Border, Washington, DC —12:00 pm: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace hosts a discussion on "What has Putin's Russia become?" Washington, DC —12:05 pm: President Bush participates in a joint press availability with Prime Minister Allawi of Iraq, Rose Garden, Washington, DC —12:15 pm: The Institute for Justice and Journalism holds a news conference on the impact of "Three Strikes You're Out" over 10 years, National Press Club, Washington, DC —12:45 pm: Allawi meets with Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, US Capitol, Washington, DC —1:00 pm: House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and other House Democrats hold a news conference on a Republican proposal for a new national sales tax that they say would increase taxes for 80 percent of Americans by more than $3,000 a year, House Radio/TV Gallery, Washington, DC —2:30 pm: Teresa Heinz Kerry discusses rising health care costs at Bruce King New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum, Las Cruces, NM —2:30 pm: Allawi meets with World Bank President James Wolfensohn, World Bank, Washington, DC —3:00 pm: Allawi meets with IMF officials, IMF, Washington, DC —3:05 pm: Sen. John Edwards holds a conversation with women and their families on "Fighting the War on Terrorism," Davenport, IA —3:15 pm: Mrs. Bush delivers remarks at a Victory 2004 Rally at the Catherine S. Mark Boys and Girls Club, Wausau, WI —4:00 pm: President Bush makes remarks at a Victory 2004 Rally, Bangor, ME —4:35 pm: Vice President Cheney participates in a Victory 2004 Rally at the St. Joseph Civic Arena, St. Joseph, MO —6:00 pm: Allawi attends Council on Foreign Relations event, Mayflower, Washington, DC —6:30 pm: The Frontiers of Freedom Institute holds the 2004 Ronald Reagan Award Gala with Sen. Zell Miller speaking and receiving the 2nd Annual Ronald Reagan Award, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, DC —7:00 pm: Sen. John Edwards holds a rally for a "stronger America," Cedar Rapids, IA

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