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Washington Notebook (Urban Problems) #344334

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 16, 1992
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) The problems of the inner cities examined. [On Monday, Senator George MITCHELL; on Tuesday, President BUSH, Senator Robert DOLE, Representatives Richard GEPHARDT, Les ASPIN; on Thursday, Senator Paul SIMON - talk about approaches to the urban problems.] Two funding approaches offered by Congress outlined. [Center on Budget and Policy Priorities economist Robert GREENSTEIN - explains why Simon's plan won't work.] [Senator Dennis DeCONCINI - talks about wrestling a "gigantic orgasm that is out of control."] [Senator Charles ROBB - jokes.] The flurry of deal-making noted. [U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Jack KEMP, OMB director Richard DARMAN - comment.] President Bush said looking for some kind of bipartisan agreement on an urban aid package.

Schieffer, Bob

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