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Campaign '92 / Bush vs. Clinton / Free Trade / Cable Television Bill #341567

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 04, 1992
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Studio: Bill Plante) Endorsement of the North American Free Trade Agreement by Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton examined. [At North Carolina State University, CLINTON - says the agreement must be done right, including assistance to vulnerable workers; responds to attacks by President Bush.] Possible significance of a "Newsweek" story that pages were missing from Clinton's passport file outlined.

(Studio: Connie Chung) Clarification given by anchor of her addressing reporter Plante as Clinton. Report introduced.

(White House: Randall Pinkston) Lobbying by Bush to get Republican Senators to uphold his veto of the cable television bill examined. [Senator Alan SIMPSON - talks about the bill.] [On "Larry King Live", BUSH - says the bill will increase costs.] [In Raleigh, North Carolina, CLINTON - comments on the bill and the veto.] [Representative Edward MARKEY - says it is consumers versus cable.] [SIMPSON - comments further.] [Representative Christopher SHAYS - opposes the cable industry.]

(Studio: Connie Chung) Ross Perot reported working on his ad campaign. Ranking of Perot by "Forbes" magazine in its list of the richest Americans that is headed by Microsoft's Bill Gates cited.

Chung, Connie;
Pinkston, Randall;
Plante, Bill

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