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Tonight on "Hannity & Colmes" ...
• The murder of Laci Peterson (search) and her unborn child Conner has sparked a new federal bill — Should the accused be charged with two murders if a pregnant woman is killed? Should death or injury to a fetus be a separate federal offense? Or, is the real aim of this legislation to undermine abortion rights?
Congresswoman Melissa Hart, the bill's House sponsor, and Women's Rights Advocate Patricia Ireland join the debate.
• Howard Stern (search) is off the air in six cities, the shock jock once again coming under fire from the decency police. Simultaneously major network chiefs go before Congress to take heat from lawmakers over decency standards on television.
So, what did Stern do now? We'll get the inside scoop from Lisa Bernhard, FNC entertainment correspondent.
Does he deserve to be punished? Or, is he just being used as an example? Radio talk show host Mancow Muller weighs in.
• U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown (search) unleashes fire on a top Bush administration official during a briefing on the Haiti crisis -- calling the Mexican-American assistant secretary of state and his colleagues "a bunch of white men."
Is the president's Haiti policy -- as the congresswoman charges -- racist? We'll get the facts from Bapthol Joseph, former chief operating officer of the Haitian American Foundation (search).
• Believers and nonbelievers alike lined up at theatres across the nation for the opening of Mel Gibson’s controversial film “The Passion of the Christ.” Will this spawn a new trend in the movie industry? We'll ask actor Chuck Norris.
• Plus, we'll talk politics with Robert Reich, former secretary of labor.
• And we'll get a LIVE Iraq update from FNC's Geraldo Rivera.
All these stories and much more!
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