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Washington Notebook (Line Item Veto) #341765

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Nov 14, 1992
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Battle between Congress and recent presidents over the line item veto examined. [On April 29, candidate Bill CLINTON - says he favors a line item veto.] [On March 20, President BUSH - calls it essential.] [Senators Robert DOLE, George MITCHELL - offer their positions on it.] ["US News and World Report" David GERGEN - predicts social ferment in the Clinton administration.] [University of Maryland William GALSTON, National Governors' Association Ray SCHEPPACH - talk about the federal-state government relationships.] [MITCHELL - says Clinton will be a hands-on leader.]

Schieffer, Bob

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