GOV. BOBBY JINDAL (R-LA)

GOV. CHARLIE CRIST (R-FL)

AL HUNT
Executive Editor for Washington, Bloomberg News

MICHELE NORRIS
Host, NPR's "All Things Considered

BECKY QUICK
Co-Anchor, CNBC's "Squawk Box"

Exclusive! As an unprecedented economic crisis grips the nation, many states are hitting a breaking point: lost jobs, failing businesses, home foreclosures and record revenue shortfalls. The president says help is on the way, but will all states accept it? Two GOP governors with very different views of the stimulus bill weigh in: The man who will deliver his party's response to President Obama's Tuesday night speech to Congress and a likely contender for the White House in 2012, Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana. And a man who has been standing by the president's side in the stimulus debate, Gov. Charlie Crist of Florida.

Then, our roundtable gets to the bottom of the housing debate and offers insights on a very busy political week: Al Hunt, Executive Editor for Washington of Bloomberg News; Michele Norris, Host of NPR's "All Things Considered"; and Becky Quick, Co-anchor of CNBC's "Squawk Box."

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