Moderator: Gwen Ifill. The United Nations nears a vote on the Iraq resolution. Doyle McManusof the Los Angeles Times has that report. The Bush Administration takes on generic drugs. Ceci Connolly of The Washington Post looks into the policy and the politics of the recent announcement. From Texas, a special report from independent producer Paul Stekler on the race for governor and the Hispanic vote. It's the second of three weekly reports on politics in the president's home state. And a report from John Harwood of The Wall Street Journal on the races to watch around the nation. And finally, the battle for the House of Representatives. What's at stake? What are the issues? Which are the most hotly contested races? Gloria Borger of U.S. News & World Report and CBS News takes a look. [26 minutes]
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