Lou Dobbs Tonight
Tuesday, November 6, 2007

Tonight: President Bush is facing the first veto override of
his administration this week as lawmakers move to enact a
massive water projects bill. Bush has said that the $23 billion
bill is filled with Congressional pork, but lawmakers of both
parties are standing by their votes. We’ll bring you that story
and all the latest from Washington.

Reps. Brian Bilbray (R-Calif.) and Heath Shuler (D-N.C.)
introduced new immigration legislation today. They believe that
the bipartisan measure, which tightens border security and
steps up employer enforcement, is the only immigration bill
with a chance of passing this divided Congress. We'll have a
special report.

Millions of American families are facing foreclosure as their
payments on adjustable rate mortgages skyrocket. The Bush
administration has so far been concerned with saving the
financial institutions in this crisis, but now says it is ready
to help homeowners. We’ll take a closer look at what the
administration is—and isn’t—doing for middle class families.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is under fire in both
houses of Congress. Acting CPSC chief Nancy Nord has been
called on testify on how to reform product safety standards,
but a recent report showed that Nord accepted numerous trips
from the very companies behind the defective products.
Meanwhile, President Bush’s import safety panel made
recommendations today. Join us for all the latest.

And we’ll talk with Governor-elect Bobby Jindal about
education, reforming political corruption, and spurring
economic growth in post-Katrina Louisiana.