Topics and Guests for April 24

Canadian officials reacted with outrage to a World Health Organization warning that travelers should avoid Toronto because of the severe acute respiratory syndrome outbreak.

How large an impact is the SARS epidemic having on the global economy? We’ll talk to Toronto Public Safety Commissioner Dr. Jim Young and Paul Godfrey, president and CEO of the Toronto Blue Jays.

President Bush talks tax cuts in Ohio. Can he convince the Congress to pass his $726 billion package? We’ll investigate the implications with Tony Snow, host of FOX News Sunday.

OPEC wants to turn off the tap and control the market. Could their crude behavior cause a consumer crisis, or will their power play run out of gas? We'll get a read from Alaron Trading’s Phil Flynn and Steve Enger, director of research at Petrie Parkman.

Can the Dixie Chicks revive their troubled image by posing nude for Entertainment Weekly? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Mike Gallagher, syndicated radio talk host, and Norman Siegel, civil rights attorney.

And, we'll take the market’s temperature from Wayne Rogers, founder of the investment strategy firm Wayne Rogers & Co., and Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager for Capitalist Pig Asset Management.

We’ll have those stories and more tonight on Your World with Cavuto.

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