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Economy: Welfare / California / Connecticut #336580

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 24, 1991
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Reports introduced.

(Los Angeles: Jerry Bowen) Attitude in California towards welfare examined; details given of the governor's proposed taxpayers' protection act that would cut welfare. [Construction inspector Tom SCHINDLER, Governor Pete WILSON - comment.] [Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association Joel FOX - says taxpayers are frustrated.] The welfare issue in campaign '92 cited. [Presidential candidates David DUKE, Governor Bill CLINTON - speak on welfare issue.] [California WORKER - comments.]

(New York: Bob Faw) Cuts in welfare in Connecticut examined; scenes shown from New Haven, Connecticut. [Welfare recipients Nieda DIAZ, Kenneth MOSLEY - talk about their situation.] [Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Bob GREENSTEIN - says the poor are an easy political group to cut.] [Gary SPINNER - opposes welfare cuts.]

Reporter(s):
Bowen, Jerry;
Faw, Bob;
Smith, Harry
Duration:
00:03:50

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