The Note

—9:30 am: The Senate Armed Services Committee holds a hearing on military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan with Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz and Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Richard Meyers —9:40 am: President Bush participates in a conversation on the USA Patriot Act at the Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, N.Y. —9:45 am: The Senate convenes for morning business —10:00 am: The Supreme Court meets to hear arguments involving detention of foreign nationals at Guantanamo Bay —10:30 am: Sen. John Kerry discusses clean water and its impact on the economy with former EPA Administrator Carol Browner at Ballast Park Pier, Tampa, Fla. —11:00 am: Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson holds a news conference to announce the voluntary Chronic Care Improvement Program as part of the ongoing implementation of the Medicare Modernization Act, Washington, D.C. —11:45 am: Laura Bush attends an RNC "Victory 2004" fundraiser, Harrods Creek, Ky. —12:00 pm: Mayor David Miler and Mayor Bill Baarsma give an on the record briefing at the Foreign Press Center on the issues U.S. mayors' are concerned about for the 2004 election, Washington, D.C. —12:00 pm: Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe delivers a speech on prospects for the 2004 presidential campaign as part of the "College Democrats of America Week" at American University College of Law, Washington, D.C. —12:30 pm: House Majority Leader Tom DeLay holds a pen and pad briefing at the Capitol —12:30 pm: The Senate Democrats hold their regular Tuesday party caucus at the Capitol —12:30 pm: The Senate Republicans hold their regular Tuesday party caucus at the Capitol —1:00 pm: Politics Live on ABC News Live and AOL —1:10 pm: Sen. Kerry attends a luncheon fundraiser at the Wyndham, Tampa, Fla. —1:45 pm: Laura Bush delivers remarks on the Preserve America initiative, Louisville, Ky. —1:50 pm: President Bush attends a Victory 2004 Reception at the River Club, New York, N.Y. —2:00 pm: The House of Representatives meets for legislative business —2:30 pm: The Senate Banking Committee holds a hearing on the condition of the banking industry with Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan —2:40 pm: Sen. Hillary Clinton offers the "Democrats' Response to Iraq, the Presidential Campaign and Healthcare" at a George Washington University, Harvard University, National Press Club and Associated Press event at the Marriott Hotel, Washington, D.C. —3:00 pm: Sen. Ted Kennedy gives a news conference on overtime regulations —6:00 pm: Sen. Kerry attends a reception fundraiser for the DNC, Miami Beach, Fla. —6:30 pm: The Georgetown University Law Center holds a panel discussion on whether voter disenfranchisement and other voting rights issues will again be a factor in the potentially close 2004 race —7:00 pm: Vice President Cheney delivers remarks at the National Right to Life Educational Trust Fund's 11th annual "Proudly Pro-Life Awards" dinner at the Inter-Continental Hotel, Washington, D.C. —7:50 pm: Sen. Kerry attends a young professional's reception fundraiser at the Sheraton, Bal Harbor, Fla. —8:25 pm: Sen. Kerry attends a reception fundraiser at the Sheraton, Bal Harbor, Fla. —9:00 pm: Sen. Hillary Clinton on CNN's "Larry King Live" —9:00 pm: Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld appears on Fox's "Hannity & Colmes" —10:00 pm: Sen. John McCain appears on Fox's "Off the Record" —11:00 pm: Bob Woodward discussed "Plan of Attack" on the Charlie Rose Show.

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