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House Hearing on National Security Whistleblowers
House Subcmte. hearing on "National Security Whistleblowers in the post-9/11 Era: Lost in a Labyrinth and Facing Retaliation by Security Clearance Revocation"
2/14/2006: WASHINGTON, DC: 4 hr. 51 min.

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Coretta Scott King Funeral

C-SPAN has rights to only broadcast the funeral. We are NOT able to provide video copies.

At the request of the King family, video copies will NOT BE AVAILABLE FROM ANY SOURCE.

A portion of the funeral will reair this Saturday, February 11, at 8:00 PM and 11:00 PM on C-SPAN

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