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Campaign '96 / Congress / Organized Labor / Michigan / Detroit #163028

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 14, 1996
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(Detroit: Peter Jennings) The campaign by organized labor to wipe out the Republican majority in Congress featured; scenes shown of Hillary Clinton campaigning in Lansing, Michigan and from Michigan's 8th Congressional district, where Republican Representative Dick Chrysler is running in a close race against Democrat Debbie Stabenow; excerpts shown from AFL-CIO-funded TV ads. [CHRYSLER - calls in a labor union power grab.] [Union official Barbara SMITH - says labor demands political accountability.] [STEBENOW - comments.]

(Detroit: Dean Reynolds) The cities' support for President Clinton examined; details given of the cooperation of the administration with the city of Detroit in creating "empowerment zones," which are designed to attract private investment. [Detroit Mayor Dennis ARCHER - talks about the positive mood in the city.]

Jennings, Peter;
Reynolds, Dean

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