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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 19, 1993
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Clinton Watch story introduced.

(White House: Susan Spencer) Visit by President Clinton to Capitol Hill to prevent a revolt in his own party over taxes featured. [CLINTON - comments on the plan.] [Ross PEROT - says it's tax and spend.] ["US News and World Report" David GERGEN - cites discontent in Clinton's party.] [Former Reagan aide Kenneth DUBERSTEIN - offers suggestions to Clinton.] Clinton's disastrous loss on his jobs bill recalled.

(Capitol: Bob Schieffer) The politics of Clinton's program examined; Capitol scenes shown. [On "CBS This Morning", Representative Dave McCURDY - calls for compromise.] [Representative Thomas FOLEY, Barbara KENNELLY - back bill.] Growing opposition to energy taxes noted. [Senator John BREAUX - opts for gasoline tax over a BTU tax.] The prospects for the package in the Senate discussed.

Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob;
Spencer, Susan

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