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Women and the GOP Women and the GOP
The Bush and Cheney women came out in full force to talk about issues on everyone's mind. Business Week's Alexandra Starr talks to women about the big issues of the campaign.
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Protesters 'welcome' RNC Protesters 'welcome' RNC
The Republican National Convention got underway in New York Monday after protests started yesterday. CNNfn's Chris Huntington takes a look.
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Securing the RNC Securing the RNC
Security efforts are underway to keep New York safe during the Republican National Convention. CNNfn's Allan Chernoff takes a look at what is being done.
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9/11 aid 9/11 aid
After the 2001 terrorist attacks, President Bush pledged to help rebuild lower Manhattan. But some New Yorkers charge that he has failed to deliver all the financial assistance promised. CNNfn's Allan Chernoff reports.
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Hi-tech politics Hi-tech politics
Regina Lewis, AOL online adviser talks about political blogs and how the Internet is being used in this election.
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RNC funding RNC funding
The Republican National Convention in New York City will be the most expensive political party meeting in U.S. history. As Allan Chernoff reports, corporate America is taking out its collective wallet for the Republicans.
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Financial impact of the convention RNC financial impact
New York anticipates the Republican convention will generate big business, even though the Democratic convention turned out to be an economic drag for much of Boston. Allan Chernoff reports.
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RNC cost RNC cost
Costs for the Republican convention are likely to run well over $25 million above those for the Democratic convention. CNNfn's Allan Chernoff takes a look at how the Republicans are spending their money.
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