The Note

TODAY SCHEDULE (all times ET): —8:30 am: The Commerce Department issues annual revisions to its U.S. retail sales number —8:30 am: Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson holds a closed meeting with Republican Senators on the welfare reform reauthorization bill at the Capitol —8:30 am: Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle speaks to the Communication Workers of America's legislative-political conference, Washington, D.C. —8:40 am: Sen. Barbara Boxer speaks to the CWA legislative-political conference, Washington, D.C. —8:50 am: Rep. Maurice Hinchey speaks to the CWA legislative-political conference, Washington, D.C. —9:00 am: The House of Representatives convenes for the morning hour —9:00 am: Rep. Hilda Solis speaks to the CWA legislative-political conference, Washington, D.C. —9:10 am: Rep. Marcy Kaptur speaks to the CWA legislative-political conference, Washington, D.C. —9:15 am: Defense Secretary Donald Rusmfeld holds an honor cordon to welcome Latvian, Lithuanian and Slovakian Ministers of Defense at the Pentagon —9:20 am: Sen. Edward Kennedy speaks to the CWA legislative-political conference, Washington, D.C. —9:30 am: Sen. Majority Leader Bill Frist and House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer discuss the congressional health agenda for the 108th Congress at the Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C. —9:30 am: Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and Minority Whip Rep. Steny Hoyer speaks to the American Medical Association National Advocacy Conference —9:30 am: The Senate Armed Services Committee holds a closed meeting with Charles A. Duelfer for a status report on the hunt for illicit weapons in Iraq, Washington, D.C. —9:45 am: Sens. Charles Schumer and Edward Kennedy are expected to urge National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice to testify before the 9/11 commission —10:00 am: The Supreme Court meets for decisions and arguments —10:00 am: The House of Representatives convenes for legislative business —10:00 am: Sen. John Corzine and members of the CWA hold a rally about keeping jobs in the U.S. at Robert Taft Memorial Park, Washington, D.C. —10:00 am: Treasury Secretary John Snow holds an event to discuss the Treasury Department's efforts to implement Health Savings Accounts, Washington, D.C. —10:45 am: Rep. Pete Sessions and Rep. Joe Barton speak to the AMA's national conference —10:55 am: House Majority Leader Tom DeLay holds a pen and pad only briefing —11:00 am: The Terrorism and Homeland Security Subcommittee holds a closed hearing on threats to the United States —11:30 am: Sens. Frank Lautenberg, Hillary Clinton and Ted Kennedy hold a news conference to discuss Medicare, Washington, D.C. —12:00 pm: Sen. Ron Wyden speaks to the AMA's national conference —12:30 pm: President Bush speaks about the economy at Fox Cities Performing Arts Center, Appleton, Wis. —12:30 pm: The Democratic Policy Committee holds a closed meeting at the Capitol —12:30 pm: The Republican Policy Committee holds a closed meeting at the Capitol —1:00 pm: Politics Live on ABC News Live and AOL —1:15 pm: Sen. John Kerry speaks at the University of California, San Diego, Calif. —2:00 pm: The Brookings Institution holds a roundtable titled "Getting Out the Vote: How to Increase Turnout in 2004," Washington, D.C. —2:30 pm: The Senate Select Intelligence Committee holds a closed hearing on intelligence matters —3:00 pm: Sen. Kerry holds a fundraiser luncheon, San Diego, Calif. —3:30 pm: President Bush returns to the White House —4:30 pm: Ralph Nader appears on CNN's "Crossfire" —5:00 pm: Michael Jackson meets with members of Congress, Washington, D.C. —6:00 pm: Mrs. Bush and Mrs. Marta Sahagun de Fox tour an exhibit and attend a dinner honoring its opening at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. —9:00 pm: Sen. Kerry attends a fundraiser reception, Beverly Hills, Calif. —9:00 pm: Karen Hughes appears on CNN's "Larry King Live" —11:00 pm: Richard Clarke appears on Comedy Central's "Daily Show with Jon Stewart" —11:00 pm: Karen Hughes appears on The Charlie Rose Show

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