The Note

TODAY SCHEDULE (all times ET): —7:00 am: Sen. John McCain appears on CBS's "Early Show" —7:00 am: Karen Hughes appears on CBS's "Early Show" —8:00 am: 9/11 commission member Bob Kerrey appears on "Fox and Friends" —8:30 am: The Labor Department releases the weekly jobless claims reports and Producer Price Index for February —9:30 am: The Senate convenes for morning business —9:30 am: Commerce Secretary Donald L. Evans and House Republican Leadership hold a press conference on making the tax cuts permanent, Capitol Hill —9:30 am: Energy Secretary Spencer Abraham speaks about the energy budget to the House Energy and Commerce committee —9:45 am: Sen. Jeff Bingaman is the featured guest at a media breakfast sponsored by The Energy Daily, Washington, D.C. —9:45 am: Off-camera gaggle by White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan —10:00 am: The House of Representatives meets to complete work on H.R. 3550, the highway bill —10:00 am: The Federal Election Commission holds a meeting, Washington, D.C. —10:00 am: The Brookings Institution holds a briefing on whether gay marriages can strengthen the family, Washington, D.C. —10:00 am: The Institute for Supply Management releases its March manufacturing activity report —10:30 am or thereabouts: Sen. Robert Byrd casts his 17,000th vote, Capitol Hill —10:45 am: House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi holds her weekly news conference, Capitol Hill —11:30 am: Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage hold an armed forces full honor ceremony to honor Kuwait as a major non-NATO ally of the U.S., the Pentagon —12:00 pm: Treasury Secretary John Snow tours Cemco Manufacturing Co., Albuquerque, N.M. —1:00 pm: Politics Live on ABC News Live and AOL —1:00 pm: On-camera briefing by Secretary McClellan —2:00 pm: National Republican Congressional Committee chairman Rep. Thomas Reynolds holds an pen and pad only briefing on the "2004 Landscape," Washington, D.C. —2:30 pm: Sen. Hillary Clinton appears on Air America's "The O'Franken Factor" with hosts Al Franken and Katherine Lanpher —3:05 pm: President Bush signs H.R. 1997, the Unborn Victims of Violence Act of 2004, the White House —3:20 pm: President Bush participates in a celebration of Greek Independence Day, the White House —4:30 pm: The Federal Reserve releases weekly reports on aggregate reserves and the monetary base, factors affecting bank reserves and money supply —4:30 pm: Secretary Snow tours GateWay Community College, Phoenix, Ariz. —5:30 pm: Majority Leader Sen. Bill Frist attends a Tennessee State Society reception, Capitol Hill —7:00 pm: President and Mrs. Bush attend the National Republican Congressional Committee Dinner at the Hilton, Washington, D.C. —7:00 pm: Reps. Kendrick Meek, Stephanie Tubbs Jones, Jim Clyburn, and Sheila Jackson-Lee, and Donna Brazile participate in a Black Youth Vote! sponsored town hall meeting called "The Black Youth Vote: What's At Stake in '04," Washington, D.C. —7:00 am: Michael Jackson receives a humanitarian award from Ambassadors Spouses Association at the Ethiopian Embassy

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