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Today on News 7 at 5, President Bush wants a constitutional amendment banning same sex marriages. We'll have the latest in a live report.
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Also a Giles County minister takes the stand to defend himself from child molestation charges.
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Heading into a period of chilly weather until the weekend when things warm up substantially. Details ahead.

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State lawmakers continue to argue over differing tax plans.
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Joy Sutton will show us what is being done to teach young children to protect themselves from germs.
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Plus the so-called food police bust the kid's menus at some popular restaurants. News 7 at 5 is next.

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((PRESIDENT BUSH: TODAY I CALL UPON CONGRESS TO PROMPTLY PASS, AND TO SEND TO THE STATES FOR RATIFICATION, AN AMENDMENT TO OUR CONSTITUTION DEFINING AND PROTECTING MARRIAGE AS A UNION OF MAN AND WOMAN AS HUSBAND AND WIFE.))
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Good Evening. I'm Jean Jadhon.
President Bush calls marriage the most enduring human institution. He says a constitutional amendment will stop judges from changing its definition.
If Congress does pass an amendment it would still need ratification by three quaraters of the states.
The talk of changing the constitution is drawing fire from those who thing gays should be allowed to marry.
Teri Okita joins us live from Washington with the latest.
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(( AS MORE GAY COUPLES SAY I DO, PRESIDENT BUSH WANTS AN AMENDMENT BANNING SAME-SEX UNIONS. President Bush: If we are to prevent the meaning of marriage from being changed forever, our nation must enact a constitutional amendment to protect marriage in America. AFTER A FLURRY OF GAY MARRIAGES IN SAN FRANCISCO AND MORE ON THE WAY IN MASSACHUSETTS, THE PRESIDENT SAID JUDGES AND CITY OFFICIALS ARE PRESUMING TO CHANGE, WHAT HE CALLS, THE MOST FUNDAMENTAL INSTITUTION OF CIVILIZATION. THE MAYOR OF SAN FRANCISCO RESPONDED. Gavin Newsome/D-San Francisco Mayor: He should keep his hands off the constitution of America. THE PRESIDENT DID OFFER WHAT HE BELIEVES IS A COMPROMISE TO THE CONTROVERSY. Bush: The amendment should fully protect marriage, while leaving the state legislatures free to make their own choices in defining legal arrangements other than marriage. BUT IN THIS ELECTION YEAR, DEMOCRATS SAY ITS A DESPERATE ATTEMPT TO DISTRACT VOTERS FROM MR. BUSHS FAILURES AS PRESIDENT. Sen. Ted Kennedy/D-Massachusetts: By endorsing this shameful effort to discriminate, President Bush has betrayed his promise to be a uniter, not a divider. GAY RIGHTS ADVOCATES SAY THEY ARENT SURPRISED BUT THEY ARE OUTRAGED...AND DISCOURAGED. Gregory VanArk/Opposes Amendment: I pay my taxes, I was born here and I just want to be a human being like anybody else. Teri Okita/Reporting: The gay-rights issue could play a big role come November. Republicans say it could rally the conservative vote. The leading democrats, while they dont support gay marriage, are in favor of civil unions and gay adoptions. Teri Okita, CBS News, Washington.))

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The Reverend Jerry Falwell is one who's been pushing for just such an amendment for years.
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He spoke with Steve Smallshaw today in Lynchburg.. Steve, what did Falwell have to say?
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Jean, as you might expect, Falwell is very pleased about this latest development.. he doesn't think Bush's decision is politically motivated, but he does feel it will reap him some political benefits.
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The issue of homosexuality has been on Lynchburg's front burner for years, drawing protesters and supporters alike to the Reverend Jerry Falwell's hometown.
More than four years ago, Falwell agreed to tone down his anti-gay rhetoric after a highly publicized meeting with gay activist Mel White and his group Soulforce.
But he's also pushed hard for the Defense of Marriage Act that would ban gay marriages.. and he's glad that the President is now publicly on his side.
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((REV. JERRY FALWELL/LIBERTY U. CHANCELLOR: BUT TO COME OUT IN THE HEAT OF THE BATTLE AND HE DIDN'T CREATE THE BATTLEFIELD, AND TO SAY WE'RE GOING TO CREATE A CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO DEFINE THE FAMILY AS ONE MAN MARRIED LEGALLY TO ONE WOMAN SO THAT NO RADICAL, ACTIVIST JUDGE FIFTY YEARS FROM NOW CAN RE-DEFINE THE FAMILY, IT'S A COURAGEOUS, IT'S A WISE THING TO DO. AND MOST PEOPLE OF FAITH IN THIS COUNTRY WILL RALLY BEHIND HIM.))
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Falwell says it would be --quote--"a pretty stupid thing to do" for any member of Congress to vote against this amendment during an election year.
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For that reason, he feels pretty good about its chances in Congress and in the statehouses across America. Jean?



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A former Giles County pastor accused of molesting several children took the stand in his own defense today.
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53-year old Roger Holcomb is facing four counts of aggravated sexual battery and two counts of taking indecent liberties with a child.
The former pastor of the Pembroke Church of God is accused of molesting three children.
Holcomb testified today that he did not molest the children, but under cross examination by the Commonwealth he did admit that one of the children touched his private parts three times.
The case is expected to go to the jury tomorrow afternoon.
Coming up at 6:00 we'll have more on Holcomb's testimony.
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House Republicans say they want to know where the governor stands on the legislature's competing budget plans.
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GOP leaders in the House say their budget plan is closer to what the governor proposed than the Senate version.
The Senate budget raises nearly four billion dollars in additional revenue.
The House budget does not include any broad-based tax increase but eliminates tax breaks for some industries.
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Governor Warner's press secretary says House Republicans are just posturing and that the governor has already made his views clear.
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Budget negotiators are planning to meet earlier than usual this year in order to complete their work before March 13th.
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The Department of Health tries something new to "Bug" children into washing their hands. We'll have the details in our Healthcheck report.
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Plus the food police say some popular restaurants are not playing nice with the health of their youngest customers.
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Kids menus are many restaurants are coming under fire- One group says chicken Fingers, cheeseburgers and other typical kids menu items are too high in fat and calories.
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((MARGO WOOTAN/CENTER FOR SCIENCE IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST: RESTAURANTS NEED TO REALIZE THAT BEING FAMILY FRIENDSLY MEANS MORE THAN HANDING OUT CRAYONS AND COLORING YOUR OWN PLACEMATS.))
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The Center for Science in the Public Interest wants restaurant sto offer healthier choices for kids.
It did a study done at pupular chain restaurants such as Chilis, Applebees and the Outback Steakhouse.
The study showed average kids meal had 600 to 1000 calories-
One Senator says too many parents lack the basic information on just what's in the meals their children are eating.


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((SEN. TOM HARKIN/ IOWA: THEY HAVE NO IDEA THAT WHEN THEY GO TOT HE OUTBACK STEAKHOUSE AND ORDER THEIR CHILD A CHEESEBURGER, FRIES, A COKE AND A SUNDAE THAT IT ADDS UP TO 1700 CALORIES AND 58 GRAMS OF FAT. THAT'S 3 AND a HALF DAYS WORTH OF BAD FAT IN JUST ONE MEAL FOR A KID.))
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Harkin is introducing new legislation that would require large chain restaurants and vending machines to provide basic nutritional information on standard menu items.


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School is a place where germs are easily spread --with so many kids in close contact.
But today some local elementary students learned what they can do to protect themselves and their classmates.
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Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton joins us with details
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Jean, Anthem and the Virginia Department of Health have teamed to bring this program to the schools.
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But this more than just a lesson on prevention -but a chance to teach the kids about bacteria, antibiotics, and their misuse.
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A new word for many of these kids -- but one that's becoming all too common for many Americans.
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((SCHOOL NURSE: THERE ARE SOME MANY ANTIBIOTICS THAT WE'VE ALREADY BECOME RESISTANT TO THAT WE CAN USE ANYMORE BECAUSE OF OVER USE. THERE HAVE BEEN TOO MANY PRESCRIBED BECAUSE PARENTS BEG THEIR DOCTORS FOR CHILD TO HAVE ANTIBIOTIC WHEN THEY DONT' REALLY NEED IT)) [RUNS15]
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The problem isn't just overuse --but mis-use. These students found out through a game what can happen --when they don't finish all their medicine.
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A message that seems to hit home for these students.
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The students also learned what takes to make these superbugs --bug off -- so they can avoid getting sick in the first place.
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If you would like the Superbugs to come to your school. You can contact Anthem Insurance at 804-354-3844.
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Virginia schools are between a rock and a hard place when it come to getting drivers behind the wheel of area school buses.
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It's a problem across the country, and locally in Botetourt County. Right now, the school system has 60-drivers for 60-regular buses, but when you average ten of those drivers calling out a day - it makes it tough. In Botetourt officials sometimes have to get creative to make the system work.
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((LARRY HALL, BOTETOURT CO. SCHOOLS: I'VE HAD TIMES WHEN I ASKED THE PRINCIPAL OF THE SCHOOL TO DRIVE, OR THE COACH, MY SECRETARY- WE'VE BEEN TO THE NITTY-GRITTY WHERE YOU FIND SOMEONE OF THAT NATURE OR YOU CALL THE PARENTS AND SAY WE'LL BE A COUPLE HOURS LATE.))
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Hall says schools go to great lengths to deliver students home on time- and that's a worse case scenario. Coming up tonight on News 7 at six.. we'll take a closer look at the shortage and why good help is so hard to find.
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The Academy Awards are coming up this weekend.
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[VO] A little bit later on our newscast, we'll see the men who are nominated in the Best Actor category.
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Today in our Marketwatch report, we'll see if the stock markets can break their recent losing streaks.
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But first, Liberty University is in some elite company in the world of basketball. Mike Stevens will explain in Sports.
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Good afternoon everybody, welcome to your ticker. There are only four colleges in the country whose men's and women's basketball programs are a top their conference. Liberty University is one of them. Steve Mason has more.
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((STEVE MASON:)) ((RANDY DUNTON/LIBERTY MEN'S BASKETBALL COACH:)) ((CAREY GREEN/LIBERTY WOMEN'S BASKETBALL HEAD COACH:))
((The Lady Flames are dominating the conference and are three games a head of their nearest competitor with an undefeated Big South record. The Liberty women are perhaps strongest on defense where they hold oppoents to just 34 percent shooting. ((:)) The Liberty men are holding on to their conference top spot by a half game thread over Birmingham Southern and are 7 and 1 over their last eight. The Flames are 11 and 4 in conference play, much improved from last seasons 8 and 6.)) ((:)) ((:))

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Hampden-Sydney captured the ODAC men's basketball championship last night by coming from a dozen points down and beating Virginia Wesleyan.
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The win was the Tigers 6th championship in the past eight years - but the first for first year head coach Bubba Smith.
Smith inherited a full cupboard when Hampden-Sydney's all-time coaching king Tony Shaver left for William & Mary. And to his credit - Smith did exactly what his mentor taught him to do - WIN.
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Take care everybody. Jean will be back in a moment. [GO TO BREAK]

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On Wall Street today, the stock markets closed lower for the fifth day in a row.
And as Alexis Christoforous tells us, the NASDAQ hit its lowest point of the year.
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It's almost Oscar time and one of the most closely watched categories will be the Best Actor.
Scott Rapoport takes a look at the five men up for the Academy Award.
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(( THEY ARE LOONEY...
Sot: "Not sure i deserved that."
LONELY.
Sot: Bill Murray "What?"
LONGING.
Sot: Sean Penn "Nat/Sot "Sniffle."
LOVING "uhhh" up full)
Sot: Kiss w/Nicole "Uhhh."
AND LAMENTING.
Sot: Ben Kingsley 1:31 "I'm sorry."
Sot: Oscar Luncheon Tim Robbins "I can't kee up!" (Big laugh)
Nat/Sot Music "Lost in Translation" ... multiple shots/flash frame edits
OK, IT'S BILL... (White flash - 2 shots him doing rat pack)
Sot: "Help!"
BEN?
Sot: "No!"
SEAN.
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JUDE. AND JOHNNY.
Sot: Nat/Sot (Slap) "I'm pretty sure i deserved that."
"OSCARS" CHOSEN FIVE...WHO WANT THE BRASS RING.
Sot: Bill Murray / Lost in Translation clip "Ring a ding ding."
THE MEN WHO'D BE KING.
Sot: Vid of Sean Penn & Wife audio "You could rule this town."
Stand-up bridge: Scott Rapoport - "With Tinstletown for the taking...and Hollywood's two biggest biggies snubbed...
Sot: Russell Crowe clip "'l'll not give up now."
Stand-up bridge: Scott Rapoport "...And drubbed...."
Sot: Tom Cruise clip from "The Last Samuri" - Nat/Sot
Stand-up bridge: Scott Rapoport - "The red carpet dish is deafening over who'll be named oscars best actor.
Sot: Kevin Costner "I think Johnny stands out."
Sot: Johnny Depp clip "Only a little."
Sot: Maria Bello "Sean Penn."
Sot: Elton John "Sean Penn."
Sot: Ben Kingsley 1:38 "No respect."
Sot: Nicole Kidman "Ben Kingsley."
Sot: Ben Kingsley clip 8:56 (Puts hand to heart)
Sot: Kim Catrall "They're all amazing."
Sot: Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta Jones "There's been so many great performances this year."
Sot: Marge Helgenberger "I'd love it if Bill Murray won."
HE'S THE TOAST OF HOLLYWOOD CRITICS...HOT OFF HIS GOLDEN GLOBES WIN.
BUT BILL TELLS ME THOSE COMPLIMENTS SOMETIMES GET "LOST IN TRANSLATION."
Sot: Bill Murray "They say all kinds of horrible things too..so i gotta take it with a grain of salt."
NO WORRY... MURRAY.

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BUT WITH BEN, PENN, DEPP AND JUDE (ALSO) IN THE RUNNING...
Sot: Jude Law "If you'll have me."
WHO'S IT GONNA BE? BOYS!
Sot: Bill Murray "Can you keep a secret."
Sot: Sean Penn "I need to know."
Sot: Ben Kingsley "It is a matter of necessity." or 4:08 "I do not have a choice in this matter."
Sot: Johnny Depp 'Worry about your own fortunes gentlemen."
SCOTT RAPOPORT...CBS NEWS...

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