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— 9:00 am: Off-camera gaggle by the White Press Secretary Scott McClellan — 9:30 am: The Senate convenes for morning business — 9:40 am: President Bush signs S. 15, Project BioShield Act of 2004 — 10:00 am: The House of Representatives meets for morning business — 10:00 am: Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan testifies before the House Banking Committee at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. — 10:10 am: President Bush participates in a photo opportunity at the White House with the living members and spouses of the Apollo 11 missions on the 35th Anniversary of the first landing on the moon — 10:30 am: The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life sponsors a news conference and discussion on "One Electorate Under God? A Dialogue on Religion and American Politics" with Reps. David Price and Mark Souder at the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C. — 10:45 am: Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and others hold a news conference to discuss Medicare at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. — 11:00 am: Marriage Protection Act author Rep. John Hostettler and the bill's co-sponsors hold a press conference at the Capitol prior to House consideration of the bill, Washington, D.C. — 11:30 am: The Senate votes on the Morocco Free Trade Agreement — 12:00 pm: Senator Bill Nelson holds a closed meeting at the Capitol and speaks to the press with Paul Johnson III, son of Paul Johnson Jr., a Lockheed Martin contractor who was abducted and beheaded in Iraq, Washington, D.C. — 12:00 pm: Former President Bill Clinton signs copies of his memoirs "My Life" at Chapter 11, Atlanta, Ga. — 12:45 pm: Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks at the 50th anniversary of the Food for Peace conference at the Ronald Reagan Building, Washington, D.C. — 1:00 pm: Rep. Carolyn Maloney holds a news conference to introduce her "Restoring Democracy to the U.S. Congress Act of 2004" at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. — 1:00 pm: On-camera briefing by Press Secretary McClellan — 1:00 pm: Lawrence Jacobs, professor and director of the 2004 Elections Project, discusses a new survey of the battleground states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. — 2:00 pm: The Senate Armed Services Committee holds a hearing on funding for the Reserves and the National Guard with Govs. Jeb Bush and Joseph Kernan and others at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. — 2:00 pm: Ralph Nader meets with volunteers and campaign supporters at Eclectica, Anchorage, Alaska — 2:25 pm: President Bush meets with the Prime Minister of Romania at the White House — 3:00 pm: 9/11 Commission Chairman Thomas Kean and Vice-Chairman Lee Hamilton hold a meeting with members of the Senate at the Capitol, Washington, D.C. — 5:15 pm: holds a press briefing on a its Cross-Party Convention Celebration for Singles with special guests James Carville and Mary Matalin at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. — 6:00 pm: Senator John Edwards attends a campaign fundraiser at the Maritime Hotel with his daughter Cate Edwards and Senator Kerry's stepson Chris Heinz, New York, N.Y. — 6:00 pm: Members of Congress and the press participate in a Q&A before a screening of Robert Greenwald's "Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism" — 7:15 pm: President Bush speaks at the 2004 President's Dinner at the Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C. — 9:00 pm: Senator Edwards attends a campaign fundraiser at Crobar, New York, N.Y. — 9:00 pm: Senator Edwards and his wife Elizabeth Edwards appear on CNN's "Larry King Live" — 11:00 pm: Ralph Nader speaks at First United Methodist Church, Anchorage, Alaska

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