Inauguration Tickets

New look tickets; availability of Washington's Bible

They're colorful, high-tech and just the ticket for President Bush's second inauguration. The tickets for the event are about a third larger than the ones used four years ago that were were printed on plain cardboard and measured about two inches by four inches. The new ones incorporate color-shifting ink aimed at preventing counterfeiting. First to receive the free tickets are members of Congress, who can distribute them to constituents. The inauguration committee hasn't said exactly how many each member of Congress gets, but it's expected to be about 400 for senators, 200 for representatives.

Officials believe up to 250-thousand people will attend the January 20th ceremony.