The Note

TODAY'S SCHEDULE (all times ET): —9:45 am: Off-camera press gaggle by White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan —10:00 am: The American Enterprise Institute hosts a conference titled "Preventing Another Florida? Will the Changes Make Things Better?" on the 2000 Florida elections, Washington, D.C. —10:00 am: The Supreme Court convenes to hand down decisions and release orders —11:00 am: Secretary of State Colin Powell holds a news conference with the Foreign Affairs Minister of Mauritania at the State Department, Washington, D.C. —11:30 am: Sen. John Kerry attends a fundraiser, Aspen, Colo. —12:00 pm: Vice President Cheney speaks about the economy at the Convention Center, Henderson, Nev. —12:30 pm: The House of Representatives meets for morning business —1:00 pm: The Senate resumes debate of the Defense Authorization Act —1:00 pm: Secretary Powell meets with International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Mohamed El Baradai at the State Department, Washington, D.C. —1:00 pm: Ralph Nader announces his running mate at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. —2:00 pm: The House meets for legislative business —4:00 pm: President Bush participates in a conversation on compassion and on his plan to promote marriages in poor communities at the ADAS Center, Cincinnati, Ohio —5:00 pm: Sen. John Kerry speaks about the economy and scientific research at the Greek Theater, Denver, Colo. —5:30 pm: The Senate is expected to vote on amendments to the defense budget bill —5:50 pm: Vice President Cheney speaks a campaign rally at the Exposition Center, Springfield, Mo. —6:10 pm: President Bush attends an RNC fundraiser dinner, Cincinnati, Ohio —8:30 pm: Sen. Kerry attends a fundraiser, Denver, Colo. —9:15 pm: President Bush returns to the White House —12:00 am: Former President Clinton's memoir, "My Life," hits bookshelves across the country —12:10 am: Sen. Kerry arrives at the airport, Albuquerque, N.M.

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