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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.
(White House: Wyatt Andrews) President Clinton's campaign to gain public support for the economic plan he will present on Wednesday featured; scenes shown of Clinton running in an American Heart Association race. [On "Face the Nation", OMB director Leon PANETTA - talks about special interests.] The administration's aim of cutting Medicare costs and the opposition from upper-income seniors noted. [On "Meet the Press", Clinton communications director George STEPHANOPOULOS - comments.] [On CNN, Representative Tom FOLEY - talks about energy taxes.] The view of Republicans that Clinton's plan is merely tax and spend noted. [Senators Bob DOLE, Pete DOMENICI - oppose new taxes.]
(Studio: Connie Chung) Interview held with CBS News consultant political analyst Joe Klein. [KLEIN - explains why Clinton is giving a presidential address before going to Congress with his plan; says Clinton is gambling that people are willing to sacrifice now for long-term gains; outlines Clinton's emphasis on investment in the economy and in education; talks about the deficit and interest rates.]
- Andrews, Wyatt;
- Chung, Connie
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