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Campaign '88 / Economy / Trade Bill #321126

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 11, 1988
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(DC: Deborah Potter) Trade bill's impact upon campaign '88 featured. [Senator Robert BYRD - sends bill to White House and warns President Reagan not to veto.] Reagan noted promising to veto bill because of provision requiring bus. to give empls. advance notice of layoffs and plant closings. [Laid-off worker Anthony MULBERRY - describes treatment.] Laid off workers shown in DC. [Democrat chairperson Paul KIRK - says Republicans support corps. more than average people.] [Representative David BONIOR - criticizes Reagan.] [Representative James TRAFICANT - says Reagan's veto will make Vice President George Bush lose election] [Representative Trent LOTT - questions Democrats' motives.] White House spokesperson quoted.

Kuralt, Charles;
Potter, Deborah

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