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TODAY'S SCHEDULE (all times ET): —9:00 am: The House Select Intelligence Committee holds an open hearing on the 9/11 Commission findings, Washington, DC —9:00 am: The House Armed Services Committee holds an open hearing on the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission on the Department of Defense, Washington, DC —10:00 am: The Labor Department issues Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) for June —10:00 am: Former Texas Gov. Ann Richards holds a press conference to campaign for Sen. Kerry and speak about the politics of stem cell research at Congress Square Park, Portland, ME —10:00 am: Filmmaker John Sayles speaks at the National Press Club on the intersection of politics and film and his new movie, "Silver City," Washington, DC —10:00 am: Anti-war organization, "Not In Our Name," holds press conference to reaffirm demands for a permit to rally in Central Park during the Republican Convention, New York, NY —10:00 am: The U.N. Security Council holds a public meeting to hear a briefing by Undersecretary-General Kieran Prendergast on the situation in the Middle East, New York, NY —10:30 am: The American Petroleum Institute issues its weekly national petroleum report —11:45 am: Secretary of State Colin Powell meets with the ambassador-designate of India, Washington, DC 1:00 pm: Former Vice President Al Gore speaks to Music Row Democrats, Nashville, TN —12:30 pm: Sen. John Kerry meets with seniors at the Valley View Recreation Center to discuss the Kerry/Edwards plan to reduce prescription drug prices, Henderson, NV —12:30 pm: Sen. Richard Lugar speaks on the weapons of mass destruction nonproliferation agenda in the presidential election year at the National Press Club, Washington, DC —12:30 pm: The Free Congress Foundation holds a panel discussion on factors determining the 2004 election with Ed Kilgore of the Democratic Leadership Council, Anna Greenberg of Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research and journalists Robert Novak, Stu Rothenberg and John Judis, Washington, DC —1:00 pm: Senator Richard Lugar (R-IN) addresses a National Press Club luncheon on the weapons of mass destruction nonproliferation agenda in the presidential election year, Washington, DC —1:20 pm: Vice President and Mrs. Cheney participate in a Town Hall Meeting at the John Q. Hammons Convention Center, Joplin, MO —2:00 pm: The Treasury Department issues its monthly budget for June —3:00 pm: The U.N. Security Council holds closed consultations on the secretary-generals latest report on the U.N. assistance mission in Iraq, New York, NY —3:50 pm: President Bush, with Sen. John McCain, participates in an "Ask President Bush" event, Albuquerque, NM —5:55 pm: Vice President Cheney speaks at a BC'04 rally at Lake View High School, Battle Creek, MI —9:00 pm: President Bush, with Sen. McCain, speaks at a rally at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ

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